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I quickly discovered that the gibberish written all over the place is a mono-alphabetic cipher. It was easy to crack, but, I'd rather not have to do the replacements by hand (or google that particular translation) every time I want to read something.




England Exchange crack dll


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After countless hours of not giving up, I finally cracked this problem! This thread ended up pointing me in the right direction. The basic problem is that the Exchange code cannot properly handle X.509 certificates signed with the new and mighty Microsoft Software Key Storage Provider (which is kind of funny), you need to feed Exchange 2013 certificates with a key signed by the old faithfull Microsoft RSA SChannel Cryptographic Provider.


Create a new certificate template (Web server V3) with RSA, adjust your policy as needed, request new certificates and run enable-exchangecertificate -thumbprint "xxx" -services "IIS, IMAP, POP, SMTP" -server yyy on all your CAS and mailbox servers. Perform a quick reboot and you should be able to sign into ECP/OWA.


Ignoring what everybody else out there suggested to reinstall CAS server, reinstall IIS server (which I was never going to do) after all the hardwork done for post installation of exchange only your post helped me figure out what the issue was.


"Create a new certificate template (Web server V3) with RSA, adjust your policy as needed, request new certificates and run enable-exchangecertificate -thumbprint "xxx" -services "IIS, I