SSL Certificate renewal not working in SBS 2011

I renewed the certificate a month ago and installed in on the server, however, I did not remove the old one. Apparently, the old one was still being used and when it expired today, the users were getting certificate errors when they tried to login. I removed the old cert and now they cannot access the server at all. Help!
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LTGAuthor Commented:
Ok, I found the answer via another article here. Once the certificate is installed (but not working), go to SBS2011 Console,  Network tab, Connectivity, then select the Internet Domain Name url, in the right hand column, select "Add a Trusted Certificate". The you have the choice to purchase a new cert of import one that is already installed on the server. Choose the latter, and the one in question should show up in the list, import it and all is good.

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