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How to recreate the default certificates for Exchange 2010

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I accidentally deleted the default certificate from the Exchange 2010 MMC (Server Configuration, Exchange Certificates).  This is the cert that has the machine (netbios) name on it.  

How do I get it back? Is there a simple process to just recreate it? There are only 2 servers in this domain and neither is a cert server.
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Run the New-ExchangeCertificate cmdlet from the shell. It will recreate the self signed cert.
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Awesome, thanks!
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