trying to renew self signed certificate in Exchange 2010

HI, my customers self signed certificate has run out and I need to renew it "quick"
I have been following this video http://www.msexchange.org/articles-tutorials/exchange-server-2010/management-administration/video-certificate-wizard-Exchange-2010.html
BUT when I get to running the http://localhost/certsrv I get the dreded 404 error so I cant get any further, I have checked that the folder C:\Windows\System32\CertSrv\CertEnroll exists and there are 3 files in it. Can someone tell me how to get past this point please! Thanks

SBS2011 OS
InsideviewM.D.Asked:
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Rob WilliamsConnect With a Mentor Commented:
No I meant the Internet Address wizard which is called "Set Up Your Internet Address" wizard located in the SBS console on the right under Network | Connectivity.

The "Fix My Network" in the same location should do it as well.

This assumes this is the delpoyable self signed certificate created by SBS used by RWA, OWA, etc.
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Rob WilliamsCommented:
On SBS 2008/2011 just re-run the configure youer internet address wizard and it will generate a new one.
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InsideviewM.D.Author Commented:
did you mean internet access?
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InsideviewM.D.Author Commented:
It wants me to "run the connect to the internet" wizzard first, that wont run because it knows that the router is the DHCP address issuer. I cant risk doing this remotely so will have to go to site tomorrow.
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Rob WilliamsCommented:
I agree, it can be risky making network changes remotely.   I belive the wizard will run, but wrn about DHCP.  However, why is the router the DHCP server?
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InsideviewM.D.Author Commented:
Rob, I have no reason to doubt you so have awarded the points, it didnt matter what I did I could not generate another Self Signed certificate. I bought one from Go Daddy who were very good on the support and it worked well
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Rob WilliamsCommented:
Very odd.  Personaly I always recommend a 3rd party certificate, especialy if you have smartphones, some will not even accept a self-signed cert.

Thanks Insideview, sorry I could not help you resolve.
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