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How do i remove starcom ssl certificate on exchange 2013

Posted on 2014-11-22
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      I have previously applied a 3rd party ssl cert from starcom, and setup on the exchange server, and for reason I have deleted the starcom ssl cert  from exchange 2013 - server - certificates, and apply a trial ssl cert from Symantec , and create a request for a certificate from a certification authority, although I have imported the MyCertificate.CER from  certification authority, the status still showing pending request, any idea how do I fix such problem ?

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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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You will need to do it through EMS.
It should be listed under get-exchangecertificate and then use remove-exchangecertificate to remove it.

Simon.
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which mean I need to recreate the new certificate again ? I remember last time when I delete the starcom ssl certificate I was doing it in EMS, when I request a new certificate from a certification authority, and click on "complete" and paste back the cert.cer , it still showing pending request, it wont change to valid, any idea ?
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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What you have posted isn't a StartCom certificate, it is a pending request.
Therefore you either need to complete the request or remove the pending request and do a fresh one.
If the certificate request isn't completing then something is wrong with the certificate that you have received and you need to create a new request and get a new response.

Simon.
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ok let me try to do that, thanks !
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