Issue: You have obtained a certificate from a recognized third party certificate authority and need to install it on your Exchange 2016 server.
Assumptions: These instructions assume you have already purchased an SSL certificate and have created and submitted a certificate request.
Solution: the following steps will show you how to install your certificate on Exchange 2016
Click Servers > Certificates
Select your pending certificate request, and click the 'Complete' button on Read more [...]
Issue: You need to install a third party ssl certificate on Exchange 2016
Solution: The first step is to create a certificate request that can be submitted to a third party certificate authority.
In Exchange Admin Center, click "Servers" on the left side and then click the "Certificates" tab
Click the Plus Sign to add a new certificate
Click 'Next' On the New Exchange Certificate screen
Input a friendly name for your certificate, I generally make this the primary hostname that Read more [...]
Issue: You need to efficiently install the required prerequisites for Exchange 2016 on Windows Server 2016.
Solution: The below commands will prep Windows 2016 for the Exchange 2016 Mailbox Server Role (Note: CAS role is built-in in Exchange 2016).
Launch a run-as-administrator Powershell and use the following command to install the Windows 2016 prerequisites:
Install-WindowsFeature NET-Framework-45-Features, RPC-over-HTTP-proxy, RSAT-Clustering, RSAT-Clustering-CmdInterface, RSAT-Clustering-Mgmt, Read more [...]
Exchange 2016 CU4 should be coming out shortly, and we expect better compatibility with Windows Server 2016. However at this time the latest release of Exchange 2016 is CU3.
Issue: You need to download the newest version of Exchange 2016
Solution: The newest version of Exchange 2016 is currently CU3. Click to download Exchange 2016 CU3 direct from Microsoft.