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I have accidentally deleted the microsoft Exchange Server Auth Certificate from my newly
built exchange server 2013.

I was trying to delete a certificate request  and I accidentally deleted the wrong one.

Can I recover or recreate, what do i need if I am to recreate.


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If you previously had it installed/configured you can get it from going here:

Start > Run > MMC > File > Add/Remove Snap-In > Click on Certificates on the left > Click Add > Select Computer Account > Select Local computer > Finish > Ok > Expand Certificates > Personal > Click on Certificates.

You should see your cert here if you previously had it set up, and from here you can export it.
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