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Renewed a certificate, but still get warning messages

I have renewed a Godaddy UCC cert and reran the certificate wizard in SBS2008 and choose the renew option.  All went trhough fine, however I am still getting the following errors in the event log:

The STARTTLS certificate will expire soon: subject: remote.xxxx.co.nz, hours remaining: 6D31915688B026136632A300DFE44EF99DFD368F. Run the New-ExchangeCertificate cmdlet to create a new certificate.

I've verified from a remote office that the certificate has in fact now got the correctly renewed expiry date as shown in Internet Explorer.


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Philip ElderTechnical Architect - HA/Compute/StorageCommented:
In the SBS Native Tools Console you will find the node for Certificates.

Download the newest Intermediates that are required and make sure that they are installed and up to date.

Remove the _expired_ certificate while in the Certificates MMC.

Re-run the Third Party Trusted Certificates and choose the new certificate (that you have just imported).

Philip
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Suliman Abu KharroubIT Consultant Commented:
remove the expired cert...
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rossfisherAuthor Commented:
I've removed the old certificate and now will wait until tomorrow to see if the alert comes back again.

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rossfisherAuthor Commented:
Nope still got the original error logged this morning...
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Philip ElderTechnical Architect - HA/Compute/StorageCommented:
Rerun the Third Party Trusted Certificate wizard and reseat the new certificate by using the "Certificate Already on the Server" option.

Philip
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rossfisherAuthor Commented:
Found a copy of the old certificate under the "Other People" tab in the certificate console.  Deleted this one and will see what happens again tomorrow.
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rossfisherAuthor Commented:
Still got another of the same errors...
Opened the Certificate MSC but for the Local Computer and found another copy of the old cert under Personal Certificates.  

 Deleted this one also.
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rossfisherAuthor Commented:
Because the answer didn't give enough detail, and then there was no further response to any of my comments
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