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Upcoming Restrictions on Public Certificates

A restriction to public certificates was introduced several months ago that could affect your planning of a Microsoft Lync, Exchange, or other application service deployment. While this change restricts only public certificates that contain an internal name with an expiry date after November 2015, you should be aware of this change for planning and certificate renewal purposes.

The Change: No Public Certificates with Internal Names Allowed

In a nutshell, the change will mean that Public Certificate Authorities (e.g. GoDaddy, DigiCert, VeriSign, Entrust, etc..) will no longer issue public certificates that contain an internal only name – i.e. a name that cannot be publicly verified. For Microsoft Lync and Exchange this . . . → Read More: Upcoming Restrictions on Public Certificates