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I changed certificate in IIS 7, changed bindings on websites, everything OK. But when I'm trying to set my old certificate (and I'm changed bindings too), I still get new certificate instead of old. I deleted cache, certificates from browser, opened from another machines, but there is no effect. When I open website from machine, where is it runned, I can see, that there is my old certificate, so IIS7 changed certificate... But where the certificate can be cached? P.S. To prevent misunderstanding - I want to return to my OLD certificate.

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Try downloading ssltools manager to verify that certificate was indeed deleted. If it has, try restarting the site or even the server.

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I restarted sites and server too. Does firewall can cache sertificate? (There is a firewall over local network that filtering incoming requests) – DraggonZ Feb 10 '13 at 8:23
You can try viewing the site from the same server as the ssl cert is installed so that you can bypass any appliance that might be caching the site – Colt Blake Feb 10 '13 at 18:50

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