How do I recreate the DNS AG for a server?

I deleted the DNS AG for one of my servers.  How do I recreate it?
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The AG certificate?

Do you use it for something?  The AG certificates are created by default (AG stands for Auto Generated) when a server is installed, but to my knowledge are not used by any Novell products.   They're kinda like placeholders just so a cert is defined for all addresses associated to the server.  I don't think any of the PKI tools will repair or re-create the AG certs automatically, even the certificate services tools in iManager.  I could be wrong about iManager, but I know none of the PKIDIAG versions will fix or create the AG certs.

If you chose to use the DNS AG cert for something, you will need to manually recreate it.

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Do you know how to create a certificate object?  If it's being used for something, what is it?  Can you have a different certificate associated with that app?

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