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Warnng event 64 certificate services client- Autoenrollement

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My domain controllers' computer (server 2008 R2) certificate had expired since Oct 29,2013.  It was then issued by a CA (server 2008) which was my DC as well at that time.  Now the CA is all gone (decommissioned).  Should I worry about this warning message, ignore it.  If not how can I extend this certificate, keeping in mind I do not have any CAs on my domain.
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you can't, you should remove the certificate
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