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Certificate assignment in Lync 2013

I purchased an external certificate for Lync 2013 and was able to  assign it to the Default certificate, but when i went to assign it to OAuthTokenIssuer it gave me the following error.

Command execution failed: The private key of the certificate is not marked exportable and cannot be stored in the central management store.
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victordr
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becraigCommented:
You need to be sure when you installed the certificate you marked the private key as exportable.

The computer you generate the original request from, simply go back to the computer and re-export the certificate as .pfx (be sure to check the box [Export Private Key])

Reinstall the certificate on the server as pfx - be sure to mark private key as exportable and that should be it.


Navigating the store:
mmc.exe from run -
Add Snap-in Certificates
Local computer
Navigate to personal.
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victordrAuthor Commented:
So i need to create a separate request for the OAuthTokenIssuer?

I am using digicert and not an internal CA.
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victordrAuthor Commented:
when i go to export it, the option "Yes, export the private key" is greyed out.
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victordrAuthor Commented:
i was able to rekey the cert and it worked.
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victordrAuthor Commented:
I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 500 points for becraig's comment #a39742494
Assisted answer: 0 points for victordr's comment #a39742591

for the following reason:

I was able to re-key the cert.
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