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Renew or Reissue Certificate from 2003 Standard CA

I have a Windows 2003 Standard server which is running as a Root CA. This CA has issued certificates through AD to our computers for use for authentication to our Wireless network.  Today some of the user stopped authenticating to the wireless network.  I tracked this down to the computer certificate being expired.  I know these are not Level 2 certificates and thus will not auto renew.  How can I clear the old certificate and issue a new one. I have tried to revoke the certificate and tried to issue a new one from the Certificate mmc on the client side.  When I try that It gives me an error that I't can't.

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Abhay PujariCommented:
What is the error are you getting?
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rschraegerAuthor Commented:
I do not get an error on the CA..

From the client side when I go a request new cert...

I get an error:
The wizard cannot be started because of one or more of the following conditions:
There are no trusted CAs available
You do not have permission to request certificates
the avaialble CAs issue certificates for which you do not have permisison.

not sure if this is a problem or not.  I only want to get a new certificate from the CA so my wirless will still work.  I have vertified that the Domain Computers have enroll and Authenticate users have enroll.

I have the root certificate from the CA installed...as it was before the certs expired and was working..so I do not tink its a CA cert issue that root cert expiers next year.
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Abhay PujariCommented:
Have you tried deleting old certificate on client and then revoking?
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rschraegerAuthor Commented:
Yes I have done that.  
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Abhay PujariCommented:
Is this happening on all clients? Are you able to replicate a problem?
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rschraegerAuthor Commented:
My cert was the first to issue...I do not want to screwup anyone elses...
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Abhay PujariCommented:
Any test OR virtual machine.
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