How do I renew my exchange certificate?

How do I renew my exchange certificate?
RnieblesAsked:
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Stephen CroftTechnical ArchitectCommented:
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Stephen CroftTechnical ArchitectCommented:
Which exchange certificate?

If its the "internal" certificates that are self-signed;

http://geekcroft.wordpress.com/2008/10/15/renewing-internal-certificates-the-easy-way/
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Narayan_singhCommented:
Go through following Articles :
Renew a certificate with a new key
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc727980.aspx

Renewing certificates
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc738405.aspx

How To Renew or Create New Certificate Signing Request While Another Certificate Is Currently Installed
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/295281
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ikshf143Commented:
HI,

There are few informations that are incomplete. What is the Version of Exchange is it 2003 or 2007? What kind of certificate do we want to renew is it a Single Name Certificate or a SAN(UCC) certificate? Is it an Internal Certificate or Purchased from a Third Party Vendor?

Imran
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RnieblesAuthor Commented:
Sorry, this is for Exchange 2007, it is an nternal Certificate (TSL).
Hope this helps
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RnieblesAuthor Commented:
I have this printed out, but the get-certificcate command is not recognized.
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Stephen CroftTechnical ArchitectCommented:
You running this from the Exchange PowerShell?
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ikshf143Commented:
You can use the following website to generate a certificate request
https://www.digicert.com/easy-csr/exchange2007.htm

If the certification authority is installed on the Exchange server then Open IE and enter https://localhost/certsrv if it on any other server then it would https://nameoftheserver/certsrv
and request a certificate, once the certificate is created it would be in .cer format. Run the following command in Exchange Management Shell
Import-ExchangeCertificate C:\Certificate.cer | Enable-ExchangeCertificate -Services "IIS,SMTP"
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Sourabh-ExcahngeCommented:
hi please open the certificate which you have and make sure that u have private key attached to it
if the key is not there
please follow the article http://support.microsoft.com/kb/889651 

after you get the private key on the certificate please run the command check if you are able to run get-exchangecertificate if it works and you get the certificate now you are ready to enable that certificate for IIS service
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RnieblesAuthor Commented:
Got it... Thanks for the help.
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Sourabh-ExcahngeCommented:
i would like to know the resoulution. and how did u resolve it
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RnieblesAuthor Commented:
I used the solution from djextreme, here is the link below. Worked nice and smooth.


http://geekcroft.wordpress.com/2008/10/15/renewing-internal-certificates-the-easy-way/
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Stephen CroftTechnical ArchitectCommented:
Maybe I should write more "Blog Walkthroughs" ;)

thanks for the points!
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