CertificateServicesClient-AutoEnrollment Warning Event ID 64

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  1.    21 Oct 2017 #1

    CertificateServicesClient-AutoEnrollment Warning Event ID 64


    Hi, this is a new Warning in my laptop, never seen it before with previous versions of Windows 10. During the first 3 days after upgrading to Fall Creators Update, I didn't get any. But yesterday, for the first time, an CertificateServicesClient-AutoEnrollment Warning Event ID 64 was logged in Events viewer. Today, I got another one after starting the laptop.

    I searched Google and found that the Warning has something to do with an expired certificate. I know nothing about certificates or how to properly handle something like this, I found this link below, it suggest to use Troubleshooting/System Maintenance. The instructions are easy to follow and carry on.
    Expired Certificate - Microsoft Community

    But my questions are, Is this something new with FCU? Are other people getting this Warning 64? Should Microsoft fix this on its own or should I run System maintenance? Is this a benign Warning event that can be ignored?

    My W10 is running perfect, I cant find nothing wrong with it. I even find less Warning and Errors being logged in Events viewer with this version than before but I never seen this one and it seems its gonna show up every day unless it gets taken care of.

    Appreciate your help

    Bo
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  2.    22 Oct 2017 #2

    I ran System Maintenance, it found nothing. So, I still dont know what to do to solve the message. The Warning doesn't seem to have any effect in the laptop but I wonder if a certificate that's about to expire or has already expired can create problems later.

    Bo
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  3.    22 Oct 2017 #3

    Hey bo elam,
    1. It should be safe to ignore the warning.
    2. I haven't see that warning on either of my pcs with FCU
    3. I do see the warning in my Insider Preview (FCU) and I think it has to do with Xbox Live looking at it (XBL Client IPsec Issuing CA) and it appears it expired 10-15-2017

    Note: I don't use the Xbox Live stuff (actually uninstalled all of it), this might be why I don't see the warning or have the certificate.

    Note: I'm not recommending this, but if you want to get rid of the error ... ie: get rid of the certificate :)

    Right Click Start > Run > type mmc > press ENTER
    On the File Menu > Click Add/Remove Snap-in > Click Certificates > Click Add
    Click Computer Account > click Next
    Click Finish > Click OK
    In the console tree, Expand Certificates > Personal > Certificates
    You should see the XBL Client IPsec Issuing CA
    Right Click on it > All tasks > Export
    Follow the Export Wizard > Export it as a x509 (.cer) > Give it a name (example: xbl-client-ipsec.cer)
    Right Click on it > Delete > Confirm Delete
    Close the mmc > Say NO when asked if you want to save Console
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  4.    22 Oct 2017 #4

    hi guys, im also getting the same event id 64 on a fresh install of fall creators update 1709. i did some digging around on mmc, the certificate belongs to xbox live app as mentioned above (xbl ipsec) . the problem is that the certificate is only renewing for 1 day at a time. i know a few people on different forums that are experiencing the same thing. i tried to manually renew the certificate as a new and also as same but no luck! i also deleted the certificate but when i restarted the computer it only renewed for 1 day lol i remember seeing this issue a few months ago with the previous creators update. i also removed the xbox app through powershell and reinstalled the app through the store with no luck! why is this app only renewing for 1 day at a time? maybe a xbox app update from microsoft will fix it
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  5.    22 Oct 2017 #5

    Eagle51 said: View Post
    Hey bo elam,
    1. It should be safe to ignore the warning.
    2. I haven't see that warning on either of my pcs with FCU
    3. I do see the warning in my Insider Preview (FCU) and I think it has to do with Xbox Live looking at it (XBL Client IPsec Issuing CA) and it appears it expired 10-15-2017

    Note: I don't use the Xbox Live stuff (actually uninstalled all of it), this might be why I don't see the warning or have the certificate.
    Thanks, Eagle51. I ll ignore the warning, thats what I ll do. I dont use Xbox Live or anything like it either. I uninstalled all Store apps that an uninstaller is provided but preferred to leave the rest alone and just ignore them. I update them manually but don't do nothing with them.

    Bo
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  6.    22 Oct 2017 #6

    hbordon727 said: View Post
    hi guys, im also getting the same event id 64 on a fresh install of fall creators update 1709. i did some digging around on mmc, the certificate belongs to xbox live app as mentioned above (xbl ipsec) . the problem is that the certificate is only renewing for 1 day at a time. i know a few people on different forums that are experiencing the same thing. i tried to manually renew the certificate as a new and also as same but no luck! i also deleted the certificate but when i restarted the computer it only renewed for 1 day lol i remember seeing this issue a few months ago with the previous creators update. i also removed the xbox app through powershell and reinstalled the app through the store with no luck! why is this app only renewing for 1 day at a time? maybe a xbox app update from microsoft will fix it
    Thanks for your reply, hbordon727. Very helpful as well. Perhaps you are right and a future Xbox live update takes care of the certificate.

    I never saw this Warning before with previous versions of W10. Started seeing it 3 days after installing FCU. But you say you did. Did the Warning eventually went away on its own when you were getting it in Creators Update?

    Bo
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  7.    23 Oct 2017 #7

    I have this same Event ID 64 in the Event Viewer. It is indeed an expired X-Box Live certificate.

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  8.    31 Oct 2017 #8

    I haven't gotten the expired Certificate Event today, perhaps MS has silently fixed it. I was getting a Warning after starting or rebooting the laptop, and then one more about 8 hours later. I am going to turn off the laptop in a little while and restart it later, that probably will tell the story (really fixed or not).

    Bo
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  9.    01 Nov 2017 #9

    I didn't get the Warning yesterday at all, but I am getting it again today. So, I guess this is not fixed. The certificate is now showing today's date. :)

    Bo
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  10.    29 Dec 2017 #10

    Still not fixed. It really annoys me since there are several records of this event per day.
    Does anyone know some kind of trick to disable this particular event from logging?
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