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How do I disable Certificates for IIS (OWA)

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I am running Excahnge 2007 and earlier today I used the command shell to enable a Certificate for IIS by typing Enable-ExchangeCertificate -T
humbprint 9B6A88C925A9683EA3BA4668DD57CFAC07D40F8C -Services "IIS".  What is the command to UNDO this... I have caused a certificate error where there wasn't one before.
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You're looking for Remove-ExchangeCertificate

See here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa997569(EXCHG.80).aspx
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