Event ID 64?


  1. Posts : 63
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    Event ID 64?


    I just started getting this error everytime I reboot and during random use, it says Certificate for local system with Thumbprint ae 22 de 20 00 9d 5e 94 81 7a 12 38 0d 90 fe 9f 40 9d 62 17 is about to expire or already expired. Is this something I should be concerned about? or just ignore
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  2. Posts : 19
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
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    Check your time and date settings.
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  3. Posts : 63
    W7
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    altproject said:
    Check your time and date settings.
    The time and date is correct, is there something else I should be looking for in the settings?
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  4. Posts : 86
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    One of the certificates in your certificate store is expired. It's nothing to worry about, if you really want to you can track down the offending certificate and delete it. Check the credential manager in control panel and/or be prepared for a tedious slog through certificate manager (enter certmgr.msc in the run or search box) until you track it down.
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  5. Posts : 63
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    xtcrefugee said:
    One of the certificates in your certificate store is expired. It's nothing to worry about, if you really want to you can track down the offending certificate and delete it. Check the credential manager in control panel and/or be prepared for a tedious slog through certificate manager (enter certmgr.msc in the run or search box) until you track it down.
    There are only a few entries in generic credentials and other items, would it cause any problems if I cleared them all out?
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  6. Posts : 86
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    Probably not, you'd just have to re-login to whatever service it was. But the "correct" way to solve the issue would be to track down the certificate with the thumbprint that matches that error from event viewer.
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  7. Posts : 17
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
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    I have found the certificate, trying to renew it gives me enrollment error. for a XBL client IPsec issuing CA.
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    xtcrefugee said:
    One of the certificates in your certificate store is expired. It's nothing to worry about, if you really want to you can track down the offending certificate and delete it. Check the credential manager in control panel and/or be prepared for a tedious slog through certificate manager (enter certmgr.msc in the run or search box) until you track it down.
    How do you track down a certificate, thanks.
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