Problems with Certificates/SSL and Exchange 2003 System Manager (ESM) #1:
Once youve imported your certificate into IIS and set your exchange front end to require ssl ESM starts giving your errors like:
The SSL certificate server name is incorrect. ID no: c103b404
Dont waste a whole day (like me) because you didnt notice this:
When un-checking the Require secure channel (SSL) check box, if Require 128-bit encryption is shaded, click to select Require secure channel (SSL), click to clear Require 128-bit encryption, and then click to clear the Require secure channel (SSL) check box again.
Problems with Certificates/SSL and Exchange 2003 System Manager (ESM) #2:
Problems in ESM like:
id no: c0072746 an existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host -or- id no: c103b402 The connection was aborted. Ensure that the settings on your default website are correct and refresh the Public folder tree.
can result from IISLockdown enabling URLscan on your server.
If you have .com in the FQDN of your certificate (many do), then Urlscan may be blocking it, check the Urlscan log to see if ESM requests are blocked:
Remove .com from the [DenyExtensions] part of urlscan.ini and reset IIS
- Or undo iis lockdown changes
See: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/309508/ for more info