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Alteryx Server Knowledge Base

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How to Remove the SSL Certificate from Alteryx Server

JLinAltX
Alteryx
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How do you remove the existing SSL certificate from the Alteryx Server if it expires and needs to be replaced?

 Prerequisites
 

  • Alteryx Server
    • All versions


Part 1 - Unbind the Certificate From the Http Port 443

1. From Windows, go to Search, type in cmd and right-click to run Run As Administrator.



2. Review the binding with this command:
netsh http show sslcert



3. Remove the binding with this command:
netsh http delete sslcert ipport=0.0.0.0:443



4. Check to see that the binding is removed:
netsh http show sslcert



Part 2 - Remove the Certificate From Mmc.exe

1. From Windows, go to Search > type in mmc.exe and run with Run As Administrator.



2. Go to File > Add/Remove Snap-in.



3. In the "Available Snap-Ins" column, choose Certificates > Add.  Then choose Computer Account and click Next.



4. In the "Select Computer" console, choose "Local Computer: (the computer this console is running on)" and click "Finish".



5. Click "Ok" all the way out.



6. Back in Console Root, expand Certificates (Local Computer) > Personal > Certificates.
Note: This location is where knowledge base article
15577 says to place it.  If you've placed it elsewhere, you will need to look for the certificate in the folder you placed it in.

7. Look for the certificate in the center column and right-click to Delete.

8. Once the expired SSL certificate has been unbound and removed, please review knowledge base article Configuring Alteryx Server for SSL: Obtaining and Installing Certificates  to configure the new SSL certificate.