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I have a domain controller that is receiving constant event id's

* Event Time: 21 Jan 2014 01:41:48
* Source: Microsoft-Windows-CertificateServicesClient-AutoEnrollment
* Event Log: Application
* Type: Warning
* Event ID: 64
* Event User: N/A
* Certificate for local system with Thumbprint ********************* is about to expire or already expired.

i have located the certificate in the mmc and it is about to expeire in 2 weeks.
it is issued by the domain and this is a domain controller.

the certificate is indended for client authentication
how do i fix this
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Will Szymkowski earned 500 total points
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Do you have an internal Root CA or are you using a 3rd Party Certificate? Based on the Source it appears that you are using AutoEnrollment which is an internal PKI.

If this is in fact coming from an internal CA you can use the following link below to request the cert.

Request Certificate from Internal CA

Will.
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yes...
the certificate was issued by an internal root ca.  i will check the link
thanks will
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