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New exchange 2003 Certificate won't work, how do I revert to the old one?

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I installed a new security cert yesterday and now my remote users can't connect to exchange with outlook. They receive the following error"

Proxy Server Security Certificate error code 8.

How do I revert back to the old cert?
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Question by:jethrow
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by:michaelgoldsmith
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You can create a new self-signed cert for your users until you solve the issue.

But, check the path to your cert file for OWA (not the trusted root cert path) because that may be your issue.
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by:jethrow
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In on the owa site, it shows the path as a local path I believe. What I mean is there is nothing above the cert.

Is there a way to remove the new cert and just go back to using the old one?
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Try this except replace with the name of your old cert file (which you know the path to).

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/WindowsServer2003/Library/IIS/53dfdb5e-6106-4d99-85bb-da199bc27c7e.mspx?mfr=true
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by:jethrow
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Ok, I did that successfully. Now the last step it says is to       

Install the server certificate on your Web server.

How do I do that?
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by:jethrow
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Never mind. Figured it out. Thanks michaelgoldsmith for your quick and accurate response!
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Glad to assist...
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