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This organization's certificate has been revoked.

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Our website provider accidently revoked a certificate. They have resolved it but some machines are still showing the error while others are fine. I know I can uncheck the security setting for cert revocation checking but I want it to remain on. On a 2012 server running IE11 is there any way to force the update so it picked up the changes. I have already tried clearing the cache rebooting and resetting all IE11 settings but it still shows the same error. If I uncheck the revocation setting it obviously works fine. thanks.
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Pls see to delete cache in server

You can delete the cache individually at *each* server (remember, not scalable), this would force a download of CRLs.

But, remember that the command is not guaranteed to work if an application has a hook into the existing CRL in the cache.
You can run
certutil –setreg chain\ChainCacheResyncFiletime@now
This must be run at every server.
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