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Skype for Business deployment

Hi.

I have an Active directory environment. My AD server is xyz.local
All the servers are joined to AD with the following FQDN
server1.xyz.local
server2.xyz.local

I need to deploy Skype for Business 2015 in the AD environment and want to publish it on public.
Following are the details:

Skype for Business Front End Server: FE.xyz.local
Skype for Busiiness Edge Server: EDGE.xyz.local
My public domain is : xyz.com
I have a wildcard certificate ot domain *.xyz.com

I am facing issue while deploying Skype for Business. When I apply wildcard certificate to both FrontEnd and Edge, followig issue faced:

FrontEnd service on FrontEnd server is not starting.
Edge Service on Edge server is not starting.

Can you please describe the deployment for this scenario in detail?
Thank you in advance.

Anees


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Hi @AneesUrRehman-9712

Welcome to Q&A forum!

Are you deploying Standard Edition Server or Enterprise Server?

In this document, it seems that wildcard entries are only supported for the simple URL entries. So please carefully consider the use of a wildcard certificate. There is no support for a wildcard entry as the subject name (also referred to as the common name or CN) for any role. Therefore make use of SAN wildcard only. You could check this article to know each server's certificate SANs.


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@AneesUrRehman-9712

It has been a while, how is everything going?
If you have any update about this issue, please feel free to post back.

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Hi,

I'm deploying standard edition.

Thanks

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Hi @AneesUrRehman-9712

If you want to deploy Skype for Business Standard Server, you could refer to this blog's steps.

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