SBS 2008 Self Signed Certificate Expired

Posted on 2010-11-28
Last Modified: 2013-04-01
  Well I opened up Outlook a couple of days ago and started getting these certificate warnings from my SBS 2008. It looks like the self signed certificate expited 11/26.

   I found an article that said you culd renew it from the SBS Console by "Setting up your Internet adddress". When I try that it tells me I must first "Connect to the internet". I try to "Connect to the internet" and it comes back with an unknow error.

   Thank you Microsoft! Now I an getting deluged with these certificate in Outlook. Can anyone come up with a solution on how to renew this self-signed certificate?
Question by:jimbecher
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tstritof earned 500 total points
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try running the "Fix my network wizard" from SBS console (Network > Connectivity tasks).


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