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How to delete the expired certificates


We want to delete the expired certificates from 'Certificate and Key Management', but I am not able to delete them as its saying they are used in domains. How do I them.

NagendraNagendra (Salesforce Developers) 
Hi Anupama,

Please find the below details from Salesforce help document which might help.

When trying to delete a certificate from Certificate and Key Management -> Mutual Authentication Certificate, user receives an error of 
Error ID: 1207219329-30473 (1013086744)

- Go to Setup -> Certificate and Key Management -> Mutual Authentication Certificate 
- Delete a certificate. 
- You will receive the errorID: 
1207219329-30473 (1013086744)

Please let us know if this helps.

Naveen Rahul 22Naveen Rahul 22
Hello Anupama@28

are you using SAML for SSO or certificates for any other purposes??.
You can create new certificate and assign it to my domain and delete the exising expired one.

D Naveen Rahul.
Ashlynn SylvainAshlynn Sylvain
I have a self-signed certificate that i don't see an option to delete. It's coming up on my org Health Check, but there is no option to delete it. I'm not sure why this is, since I could delete the certificate that it was created to replace.
Clyde Duncan 2Clyde Duncan 2
You can't delete a cert if it's the chosen cert under "Setup > Identify Provider".  So, you can go to that screen and switch to the new cert.  Then the expiring one can be deleted.