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  1. Anonymous says:

    SharePoint 2010 – Event ID 22, 234 and multiple ForeFront certificates – Steve Chen [MSFT] Sr. Support Escalation Engineer – Site Home – TechNet Blogs

  2. Anonymous says:

    SharePoint 2010 – Event ID 22, 234 and multiple ForeFront certificates – Steve Chen [MSFT] Sr. Support Escalation Engineer – Site Home – TechNet Blogs

  3. Anonymous says:

    SharePoint 2010 – Event ID 22, 234 and multiple ForeFront certificates – Steve Chen [MSFT] Sr. Support Escalation Engineer – Site Home – TechNet Blogs

  4. Anonymous says:

    SharePoint 2010 – Event ID 22, 234 and multiple ForeFront certificates – Steve Chen [MSFT] Sr. Support Escalation Engineer – Site Home – TechNet Blogs

  5. Anonymous says:

    SharePoint 2010 – Event ID 22, 234 and multiple ForeFront certificates – Steve Chen [MSFT] Sr. Support Escalation Engineer – Site Home – TechNet Blogs

  6. Anonymous says:

    SharePoint 2010 – Event ID 22, 234 and multiple ForeFront certificates – Steve Chen [MSFT] Sr. Support Escalation Engineer – Site Home – TechNet Blogs

  7. Anonymous says:

    SharePoint 2010 – Event ID 22, 234 and multiple ForeFront certificates – Steve Chen [MSFT] Sr. Support Escalation Engineer – Site Home – TechNet Blogs

  8. Anonymous says:

    SharePoint 2010 – Event ID 22, 234 and multiple ForeFront certificates – Steve Chen [MSFT] Sr. Support Escalation Engineer – Site Home – TechNet Blogs

  9. Anonymous says:

    SharePoint 2010 – Event ID 22, 234 and multiple ForeFront certificates – Steve Chen [MSFT] Sr. Support Escalation Engineer – Site Home – TechNet Blogs

  10. Anonymous says:

    SharePoint 2010 – Event ID 22, 234 and multiple ForeFront certificates – Steve Chen [MSFT] Sr. Support Escalation Engineer – Site Home – TechNet Blogs

  11. Anonymous says:

    SharePoint 2010 – Event ID 22, 234 and multiple ForeFront certificates – Steve Chen [MSFT] Sr. Support Escalation Engineer – Site Home – TechNet Blogs

  12. Anonymous says:

    SharePoint 2010 – Event ID 22, 234 and multiple ForeFront certificates – Steve Chen [MSFT] Sr. Support Escalation Engineer – Site Home – TechNet Blogs

  13. Anonymous says:

    SharePoint 2010 – Event ID 22, 234 and multiple ForeFront certificates – Steve Chen [MSFT] Sr. Support Escalation Engineer – Site Home – TechNet Blogs

  14. Anonymous says:

    SharePoint 2010 – Event ID 22, 234 and multiple ForeFront certificates – Steve Chen [MSFT] Sr. Support Escalation Engineer – Site Home – TechNet Blogs

  15. Anonymous says:

    SharePoint 2010 – Event ID 22, 234 and multiple ForeFront certificates – Steve Chen [MSFT] Sr. Support Escalation Engineer – Site Home – TechNet Blogs

  16. kleung says:

    FYI this is not actually a harmless issue. It manifested itself in our environment by the user profile synchronization service refusing to start at all. We had to delete the duplicate certificates as described in your post before the UPS service would start again. Hardly a non-issue!

  17. ac says:

    Hi Steve, in the workaround section I open Cert Manager but don't see any references to service account, computer account or my user account. I can see however many forefront certs in the trusted root cert authority and i reference to the cert in trusted people

  18. Chad says:

    Is the assumption that this "workaround" is to be performed every time a backup runs? If we choose to ignore this, then a year from now we go into the cert store won't there be hundreds of these depending on how many backups we've ran?

  19. Steve [MSFT] says:

    HI "ac",

    I just modified the "workaround" section and added some screenshots to better understand it 😉

    Hth, cheers, Steve

  20. Steve [MSFT] says:

    Hi Chad,

    I'm not aware that this was fixed yet but with the June 2011 CU we released new FIM bits, which may contain this fix besides. (did not verify).

    Else, for the spbackup job you can use scripts to delete the dupes after every backup (thats what my customer did).

    However, I've never came across that issue again since a while, so I assume it is fixed somehow…

    However, the FIM bits itself are supported by another team and I do not get all info from them like I get for SharePoint…

    So when you check after backup on a more recent patchlevel and still get the repeatingly created certs, you can open a new Service request and try to get a fix for it.

    Sorry, dont have better adds yet,

    cheers, Steve

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