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How to remove SSL certificate from windows 2008 server with IIS 7 ?
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Inetmgr from "Run"
Click on the site in question in the left pane
Click on "Edit Bindings" from the right pane
Then simply replace the certificate you want to delete there.

Then on the server in question:
mmc.exe from "Run"
Add remove snap in - Certificates
Local computer
go to local computer \ My
Expand certificates and find the certificate you want to delete and right click and delete.

You can also delete with certutil
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