Using friendly names for certificates in Presence
Friendly names for certificates only apply to environments that use a
Microsoft Lync Serveror
Skype for Businesson-premises using trusted application mode.
The friendly name of a certificate can be helpful when multiple certificates with a similar subject exist in a certificate store. Friendly names are properties in the X.509 certificate store that associate aliases with certificates so they can be easily identified.
You can restrict certificates used for
BlackBerry Presenceto a friendly name by completing the following actions
- If you do no have one, create and enroll a certificate.
- Change the certificate friendly name description.
- Setting the new certificate friendly name string value in theBEMSLync Presence Provider (LLP) service configuration file (LyncPresenceProviderService.exe.config).
If you do not already have a certificate, you can create and verify a
BEMSSSL certificate for Lync. For more information, see "SSL certificate requirements for
Microsoft Lync Serverand
Skype for Business" in the Installation content.