Script: Exchange Certificates Report

I’ve recently created a script (with the help of @y0avb) which generates an HTML report for Certificates in a Lync environment.
Since Certificates are widely been used in almost every Microsoft environment, we’ve decided to modify the script a bit and add the same functionality for Exchange.

The following script will query for every Exchange 2010/2013 server in the Environment and pull the following information on every Certificates which is assigned to an Exchange Service:

  • Services Assigned
  • Issuer
  • Thumbprint
  • Subject Name
  • Issue Date
  • Expiration Date
  • Self Signed or Not
  • Subject Alternative Names
  • Expires In (Days)

Script Features:

  • The script pulls the information from every server by using Get-Exchange Server cmdlet
  • The script support Exchange Certificates assignment awareness, meaning it only pull the certificates assigned to Exchange services
  • The Script query every exchange server in the environment which is Exchange 2010/2013
  • Certificates which are about to expire in the next 30 days will be colored in Red, Certificates which will expire in the next 60 days will be colored in orange
  • The script can also be configured to send email as well as being a scheduled task in order to be notified on a weekly/monthly basis.

The current caveats in this version of the script

  • Does not pull Exchange EDGE Certificates information
  • Does not pull Exchange 2007 Certificates Information

Version Control:

  • 0.1 – August-13-2014 – Initial Version for connecting Internal Exchange Servers




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