Windows Server SBS 2008 certificate

How do I renew the self signed certificate in Windows Small Business server 2008?
zelfanetAsked:
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Amit KumarCommented:
1. Goto the Windows SBS Console, click on Network Tab, then Connectivity Tab
2. Click on the certificate icon, then click the “view certificate properties” in the right pane. In the General tab of the new window, it will show the dates that the self-signed certificate is valid for.
3. In the “Connectivity Tasks” area, click “setup your Internet address”, go through the wizard to renew your self-signed SSL certificate.
4. When you now check the certififcate properties, you will see that it is now valid for another two more years.
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BTechAUCommented:
Use the "Fix my network" wizard in the SBS console. This should identify that the certificate has expired and renew it for you.
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zelfanetAuthor Commented:
It gives me the error that I need use the ' fix my network wizard', where can I find that?
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BTechAUCommented:
Hi Zelfanet. It should be in the network tab under connectivity. Here are the steps to get to it http://blogs.technet.com/b/sbs/archive/2008/11/26/introduction-to-the-fix-my-network-wizard-fncw.aspx
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zelfanetAuthor Commented:
Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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