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I am getting that exact same error on our mail server (win 2k, sp4, DC). The error is pointing to two of our other servers, same specs, one of them being a DC as well.

Will installing Certificate Services on those two servers effect ANYTHING at all on the network? I am iffy about doing this .... someone please advise, I'd greatly appreciate it!
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No, it won't. However, it will be another process running if you're iffy about resource usage. It will add a folder to the IIS root.
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Nah, resources are fine.

Just wanting to be absolutely positive that this will not effect anything network related, or cause problems elsewhere
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You'll be fine.
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