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Expired Exchange 2007 certificate

Posted on 2008-10-29
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After one year our MS Exchange 2007 server came up with MSExchngeTransport Event ID 1037 telling me to generate a new certificate.  I created a new self signed certificate as it recommended and  Get-ExchangeCertificate | fl shows 3  certificates:  1 self signed Valid, 1 self signed invalid, and one non-self signed invalid(from the local domain controller).  How can I set the valid one to be used and how can I update the one from the domain controller to resolve this issue?  I have Administrative access to all of these servers.
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