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Get-ExchangeCertificate -ServerName in Exchange 2010

By josinella ·
Tags: Microsoft
I just updated the transport certificate on Exchange Server 2010. I have 2 Exchange servers and noticed this error message when going into the Server Configuration:

"The Exchange Certificate operation has failed with an exception. The error message is: Access is denied. It was running the command 'Get-ExchangeCertificate -Server 'Name'"

Does anyone have an idea why I would be getting this? I am not really good with Exchange Administration but learning.

TIA
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by dwanetuitt In reply to Get-ExchangeCertificate - ...

Any server environment requires role and services to function at the same time all services should be checked in accordance with the hard ware software configuration type network topology in fact IT 101

Permissions need to be clarified.

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