What are the ramifications of removing a Windows PKI?
I inherited a Windows domain with a PKI configured. To the best I can determine, it appears it was set up with the goal of enabling encryption on a file server but that it was never enforced and that file server has since been replaced.
I'd like to remove the PKI because it doesn't appear that we're using it and it's messing up some third party certs installed on a couple of domain controllers used for LDAP authentication for cloud services.
What possible/likely consequences are there of removing it (assuming that I follow the articles for removing it)?