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Change Certifictae for RPC over Http in SBS 2k3

Posted on 2006-03-20
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Last Modified: 2010-04-18
I have a client with a Small Business 2003 server. They have an exisiting cert on teh serve rthat is not valid and woul dlike to change it to use RPC over HTTP. Is there a way to change this CERT or does it need to be recreated?
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idyllicsys earned 750 total points
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You need to renew or recreate the certificate. That is the only way to update a certificate.

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