The Mediation Server must be configured with a server certificate in order to connect to other Office Communications Server servers. The certificate is usually configured in the Certificate Wizard when you deploy the Mediation Server. If you want to change the certificate, you can do either of the following:
- If you are logged onto the Mediation Server, you can use the
Certificate Wizard to guide you through the process of requesting
and assigning a certificate. For details about using the
Certificate Wizard to configure a certificate for the Mediation
in the Deploying Enterprise Voice
- If you want to assign a different certificate to an individual
server, view a certificate, or delete a certificate, you can open
the individual server's properties and configure the certificate by
Certificatetab. When you delete a certificate, it is no
longer assigned to the server for TLS or MTLS, but it is not
deleted from the computer. The procedure in this section describes
the use of the
Any modifications you make are only applied to future connections—existing connections continue to use the old certificate as long as the connection continues.
To configure a certificate for a Mediation Server
Open the Office Communications Server 2007 R2 snap-in.
In the console tree, expand the forest node, expand Mediation Servers, right-click the Mediation Server for which you want to configure a certificate, and then click Properties.
On the Certificatetab, do one of the following:
- To delete the current certificate, click
Delete Certificate, and then click
- To assign a certificate to the Mediation Server, click
Select Certificate. In the
Select Certificatedialog box, in the list of certificates,
click the certificate you want to use, and then click
- To delete the current certificate, click Delete Certificate, and then click OK.