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Replace existing Exchange 2007 CSR

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When we setup our Exchange 2007 server, we used a standard third-party Cert, not a UCC. I want to go ahead and replace the existing standard cert with a UCC, but when I run the New-Exchange Cert command, I get the following error:

New-ExchangeCertificate : File 'c:\mail_company.org.csr' already exists.

Can I just delete the existing csr? Or is there another step I need to take?
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sure you can delete the existing csr file.
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