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However, I have since synced the time with Microsoft.

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Obviously if this expiration date is wrong you probaly just exported the wrong certifcate to the filesystem so go and fix that first.From IIS Manager - I experienced this during an IPv6 upgrade.I had IIS providing a redirect in case someone tried to access a service via HTTP that wasn't actually a web server based service.Since the catch all simply 404's, it appeared that the site wasn't working, when in reality it was hitting the wrong site."), Zf(c),c=c.inner HTML);var d=document.create Element("template");if("content"in d)d.inner HTML=c,d=d.content;elsec=document.create Tree Walker(d, Node Filter. Final note: If you're using the centralized certificate store and you're seeing erratic behavior trying to even determine if it is picking up your certificate from there or not don't worry - it's not your fault.

It seems to sometimes pick up new files immediately, but cache old ones.

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The Control Center caches certificate information and changing the certificate used will not update until the Control Center service has restarted.

In the case of a certificate update, however, the Control Center will not update the cache so restarting the service alone does not correct the issue. This affects updated certificates that were issued using a previous Certificate Signing Request, which just updates a previously installed certificate information.

I updated the actual service (a voice server) to be IPv6, however I had failed to update the bindings for the redirect to include the IPv6 addresses.