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Hello!

I have an SSL certificate for a domain name that I wont use anymore.

I need to get another SSL certificate for another domain name, but I will use the IP address I used on the old certificate.

My question is: How do I delete the old certificate the right way so I have no problems when I install the new one?

Thanks!
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Greg Hejl earned 2000 total points
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if it's a website certificate you can remove the certificate from the site binding and then just delete it from the certificates mmc.

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