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Using friendly names for certificates in

Friendly names for certificates only apply to environments that use a
Skype for Business
on-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 Presence
to a friendly name by completing the following actions:
  1. If you do no have one, create and enroll a certificate.
  2. Change the certificate friendly name description.
  3. Setting the new certificate friendly name string value in the
    Lync Presence Provider (LLP) service configuration file (LyncPresenceProviderService.exe.config).
If you do not already have a certificate, you can create and verify a
SSL certificate for Lync. For more information, see "SSL certificate requirements for
Skype for Business
" in the Installation content