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SBS 2011 Certificate problem

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Hello,

I've just installed a SBS 2011, for this server we use the default SBS certificate but apparently the server had a wrong data (23/07/2013) during the installation.

When I connect my client pc, Outlook gives the error that my certificate is not valid yet.
How can I simply generate  new certificate?
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Run the 'fix my network' wizard in the SBS Console.  This will generate a new certificate.

Its under Network> Connectivity> On the right hand side
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so simple..
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The glory that is...SBS :)

Glad you got it sorted.
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