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CertificateServicesClient-AutoEnrollment ID 64

A few months back I removed a CA from our domain. I followed the documented procedure to do so safely. I am now getting this message in the Domain Controller logs as the cert cannot auto-renew because the CA is gone.

Certificate for local system with Thumbprint xx xx xx xx ...etc is about to expire or already expired.

When looking in the certificates MMC snapin I see Intended purposes are Client Authentication, Server Authentication.

My question is this: I've seen other posts that say this does not need to be renewed if there are no services using it. - namely this one: http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Q_27846670.html -Is that true? If so, how do I search to see which services may be using this cert?
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lbc_matt
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MaheshArchitectCommented:
I hope certificate is installed on Domain Controller.
If you have removed CA already, just simply remove certificate from Domain Controller. It will not create any problems.
Once you install new Enterprise CA (Ad integrated) server in domain, it will automatically take care of Domain Controller certificate.
Also check any domain GPO where you have setup auto enrol \ renew expiring certs and disable that setting from GPO.

Mahesh
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