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Exchange 2010 Certificate Error

Posted on 2014-04-29
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After receiving a certificate from an external CA, I clicked on complete pending request. This was successful, but when I right click the certificate to Assign Services to Certificate, the option to complete pending request appears again.  I tried to use certutil -repairstore My "<thumbprint>"  But I get the following error...
No key provider information
can not find certificate and private key for decryption
CertUtil: -repairstore command FAILED: 0x80090010 (-2146893808)
CertUtil: Access denied.
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Can you go to your cert store

mmc.exe - add remove snap in - local computer - certificates
Look there and see if you see the cert matching the one you processed the request for.

Double click on it and see if it says you have the private key or not.

Also look to see if you still have a pending request, the request might not have been successfully completed.

If you have a pending request showing, then simply run

certreq -accept c:\path-to-file-from-CA\file.ext


Then try again.
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