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I installed the cerificate incorrectlt and I need to remove it and start again.

Posted on 2007-11-19
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I installed a certificate purchased fron Godaddy in order to encrypt my email using OWA. I must have installed it wrong because I can only access OWA using https where I get an error message. And when I proceed to go ahead and go forward I get a certificate error.

I want toremove the certificate and start fresh. When I check for cerificate using MMC/Cerificates Ifind I still have a certificate.
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Question by:lawrence532003
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1. Open Internet Information Services > [your server] > Web-Sites > Default Web-Site.
3. Right-Click Default Web-Site and select Properties.
4. Open the Directory Security Tab and select Server Certificate
5. Click Next and select "Remove the Current Certificate". Follow the prompts to remove the certificate.
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Ha sorry for the messed up numbering... it's been a long day...
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