Exchange 2010 and upgrading to a wildcard certificate

I currently have a CAS which has an existing Verisign certificate.

When I attempt to issue a new certificate to the company wildcard one it says that the certificate thumbprint already exists.
I have installed the intermediatry certificate.

If I run remove-exchnagethumbprint blahblahblah then the object isnt found.
If I run get-exchangecertificate then the thumb print isnt listed.

How can I upgrade my cert ?
Rodders1000Asked:
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Rodders1000Author Commented:
this was because I already had the certificate installed under the personal certificates on the server.
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ChrisCommented:
have you tried using the following
    Enable-ExchangeCertificate -Thumbprint $THUMBPRINT -Services POP, IMAP, IIS, SMTP

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Kamalasekar ParthasarathyMessaging SupportCommented:
I think you have to wait some more time and try to configure again.

You have to request the certificate newly and import the same on Exchange server.
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Rodders1000Author Commented:

I have waited over night as  this was my first suspicion.

As for the -Services attribute, that doesn't work nor is it listed as a valid parameter. Am I running a lesser version of the ps plugin than i should be ?
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ChrisCommented:
here is the MS technet article
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa997231.aspx

have you tried doing it through the GUI?
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Kamalasekar ParthasarathyMessaging SupportCommented:
Hi..

Kindly update this request

In case if you had completed, Please let us know the resolution steps which had taken to resolve it..
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Rodders1000Author Commented:
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