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Renew a Server Certificate

Posted on 2012-03-20
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I am attempting to renew my Server Certificate in IIS 6.0 on windows 2003.  
I select Properties in the Default Web Site
Choose the Directory Security tab
Click the Service Certificate button
Click next on the first screen of the wizard
Choose Renew the current certificate and click Next
Choose Prepare the request now but send it later and click Next
Leave the file as c:\certreq.txt and click next.
Click Next
The next screen that comes up is the last and it says "Failed to Generate the Certificate Request" "Cannot find object or property".

Anyone know how to fix this?
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Question by:tj_ntwnt
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by:gorhon
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what is username? are you sure admin rights?
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by:tj_ntwnt
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Yes I do have admin rights.
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gorhon earned 500 total points
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sorry but, can you install  last service pack and patches?
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by:tj_ntwnt
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That should fix it.
Thanks.
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