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    Uninstalling a certificate from IIS 7/Server 2008

    I'm having one of those morning! I've just received a new\updated UCC certificate this morning to resolve our external OWA address. I thought I'd installed it correctly, but web interface still gives a certificate error and whilst the new certs thumbprint is seen it still shows the old unamended certificate addresses. How do I uninstall my certificates from IIS 7 or Server 2007 so I can just put the new one in?

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    You shouldnt actually need to remove old certs. You can just install the cert to the computer account using the Certificates MMC and then go to IIS 7 MMC and click on the site you want the cert to be switched on and on the right side task pane you should see "Bindings" click that and then select the https one and you can switch the cert its using there.
    One thing, I assume exchange 2007 is installed on Windows 2008?

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    Yes it is. I hate jobs like this. You mess with your exchange setup so rarely once you've got it working that the next time you come to do a job which is slightly different form ones you have done before it leaves you baffled!

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    Ah, done. I'll reboot as the .Net 3.5 service pack went on too, than I'll see what has transpired!

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    So is that worthy of a "thank"?

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    Worked wonderfully. Going from IIS6 to IIS7 can be a bit of a pain at times!
    Cheers Shaun.

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