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Expired Certificates

I have an expired not self signed certificate that I need to renew.  The CA is Microsoft CA service on the server.  I can do the Renew Request but it never shows up in the CA.  Is there a way or how do I get the request to the Local Servers CA
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Hypercat (Deb)Commented:
Is this an SBS server?  The normal way to renew certificates in SBS is to run the "Fix My Network" wizard and that will automatically renew any certificates that are required.  Have you tried that?
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DarinTCHSenior CyberSecurity EngineerCommented:
so if you own the MS server .....it is self-signed ....right

otherwise it would be an external CA like Verisign or GoDaddy

so do you own the MS server - what version and what type of cert?
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David AtkinIT ProfessionalCommented:
As per hypercats comment.  All you need to do is run the 'Fix My Network' wizard.  This will indeed detect and renew the expired certificate.

Personally though I would look at investing in a third party certificate.
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jconklin-ansinc-netAuthor Commented:
This renewed the certificate but also changed the IP address of the server. Not sure why, but it did fix the problem.
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