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The security certificate for this site has been revoked

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My customers are getting this error ever since I updated our SSL certificate on our web server. If I have them go into Internet Options - Advanced Tab and uncheck "Check for server certificate revocation" it will stop asking. Why should they have this option installed. I have a brand new certificate installed and do not understand why this is still doing this.  
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exactly what error are they getting?

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Check the revocation lists on your CA to check which certificates have been revocated.
If you updated a certificate and added the old certificate to the revocation list, it could have possibly also attached itself to the newer certificate.
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