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Deleting domain controler certificates

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I have a problem deleting certificates on all domain controllers in the domain. We had an issue that forced us to reinstall the certificated in the domain and in that process I followed the documentation from Microsoft http://support.microsoft.com/?id=889250 doing this.

But I had one problem our domain is Windows 2003 and the documentation describes a tool “dsstore.exe” that is provided with Windows 2000 res kit. It is not possible to download this tool on the Internet. Other places dsstore.exe is described as an earlier version of certutil.exe.

I have not yet found any documentation describing an equal ant command to dsstore –dcmon in the certutil tool :-(

Can any one help me?
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Are you sure? Did you try:
certutil -dcinfo deleteBad
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