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Default Website (OWA) Will not repsond after updateing SSL Certificate

I have Updated the SSL Certificate on My Exchange 2003 Server. At first the default website could not be started with error that another prosses was using it. I ran Netstat -ano and the only thing listening to port 995 on 0.0.0.0 is POP3 which it should. I disabled POP3 in services and was able to start the default website. I restarted POP3 but I am unable to connect to OWA from the local server or from the internet. I have gooled this for 2 days and I can not find a resoultion. Please Help Me
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MesthaCommented:
Have you removed the SSL certificate? It could be a corrupt SSL certificate.
What else is on the system? It could be that something else has taken over the port - I have seen management apps do that in the past.

Simon.
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RM_BennerAuthor Commented:
Yes. I have removed and then Recreated a new certificate. The only thing on the server is exchange.
 
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ParanormasticCryptographic EngineerCommented:
Check certmgr.msc (Certificates MMC) - view computer store - select Personal.  Is the cert showing here?  In IIS, open site properties - directory security - view certificate.

When you look at the general tab of the cert, it shows the little grey key and message saying you ahve the private key?
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RM_BennerAuthor Commented:
The Cert is showing correctly in certmgr.msc. Everything on the cert looks fine. Sunday I uninstalled both IIS and Exchange and reinstalled them. The website for OWA came back up and I restored mailboxes from backups. What a PIMA. But, Everything is working now. I would hope that there is an easier solution out there but I was running out of time.

Thank you all
Rich
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