Right way to delete or remove expired certificate


I am using Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate for Exchange Server 2019. The scheduler is working fine with renewal. I want to delete Let’s Encrypt expired certificate from ECP (Exchange Control Panel). What is the correct way?



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Any way should be fine: what does the Exchange Server 2019 documentation say?

As per Microsoft - The expired certificate can be removed using ECP or EMS. Through ECP just select the expired certificate and delete. Through EMS Get-ExchangeCertificate & Remove-ExchangeCertificate -Thumbprint xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

I will go with EAC.


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