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The received certificate has expired ID No: 80090328

I am using Exchange 2003 running on windows Server 2003.
When I open System Manager and Public Folders I get the following error:
The received certificate has expired ID No: 80090328
Could anyone please advise as I cannot see any of my public folders now through System Manager and therefore cannot administer them.
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rakeshmiglaniCommented:
check the SSL configuration on public folder object in internet service manager
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fsaiexpertFSAI ExpertAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your prompt response - will amending the Exadmin under IIS as described in your referred article
http://support.microsoft.com/Default.aspx?id=324345
effect any other exchange services adversely such as Outlook Web Access?  
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rakeshmiglaniCommented:
Do you use SSL to access OWA?

i.e https//exchangeserver/owa or http//exchangeserver/owa?
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fsaiexpertFSAI ExpertAuthor Commented:
Yes we do
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rakeshmiglaniCommented:
okay, check the properties of public and see if you have SSL enabled under the directory security tab
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fsaiexpertFSAI ExpertAuthor Commented:
Under IIS - Default Website - Public - Directory Security - Edit there is require SSL checked.
Should I uncheck this?
If I do will it affect access to public folders when using Outlook Web Access?
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rakeshmiglaniCommented:
right click on public and click on browse

are you able to browse it?
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fsaiexpertFSAI ExpertAuthor Commented:
No I am not - however this is the case for all the folders under default web-site:
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rakeshmiglaniCommented:
>Under IIS - Default Website - Public - Directory Security - Edit there is require SSL checked.
Should I uncheck this?

Uncheck the checkbox and then try to browse and also try to access via ESM after closing and opening it
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fsaiexpertFSAI ExpertAuthor Commented:
I unchecked the tick box, restarted IIS and tried to access the folders via ESM - still same issue

The received certificate has expired ID No: 80090328
Exchange System Manager
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SembeeCommented:
That message means what it says - the SSL certificate has expired.
Have you looked at the certificate on the web site to see if that is the case?

Simon.
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fsaiexpertFSAI ExpertAuthor Commented:
This is strange because it has just started happening - you are correct the SSL certificate appears to be expired when I browse to OWA and then select view certificate but the date is september 2005!!
Surely I would have been experiencing problems accessing the publci folders through ESM before now?
What has happened over the last couple of weeks is that our front end OWA server died so we reverted from having a front end OWA server pointing at the backend to simply running OWA from Exchange - do you reckon this could have effected anything?
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SembeeCommented:
The old certificate was probably not being used on the setup with the frontend server. As you have removed the frontend, then the SSL certificate is now used.

I would remove the SSL certificate and replace it. All the time that you have an expired certificate in place, any other changes you make will have no effect because of the certificate warning.

Simon.
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fsaiexpertFSAI ExpertAuthor Commented:
Is there a procedure to go about removing the SSL certificate and replace it?  
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SembeeCommented:
The procedure you want to do is renew the certificate. If you use the Certificate wizard in IIS Manager it will step you through how to renew.
What you do with the renewal request depends on whether you are using a purchased or home grown certificate. You can only renew the same type. If you want to change to a commercial certificate (recommended because home grown certificates generate warnings and Internet Explorer 7.0 really doesn't like them) then you have to remove the existing certificate and create a new request. I use RapidSSL for my certificate deployments, and they have guides on doing everything on their web site: http://www.rapidssl.com/ 

Simon.
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