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Cannot remove SSL certificate from my account

I have this issue:

https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/azure/en-US/54f99808-fdcd-4fab-80f2-a34469d08854/unable-to-delete-an-ssl-certificate-after-removing-the-bindings?forum=windowsazurewebsitespreview

I had an Azure Web App (Windows) and deleted it to create an Azure Web App (Linux) with the same name. I created a "App Service Managed Certificate" with the Azure Web App (Linux) however the certificate will not show up in the certificate list. I can see the previous certificate in Azure Resource Explorer, however the Actions (POST,DELETE) tab is greyed out preventing me from deleting the certificate. I am the admin on the account and I clicked the "read/write" button.


I followed these steps however, the last two steps do not work because the "Action/Delete" button is greyed out:
Go to https://resources.azure.com/

  1. Navigate to the parent resource group

  2. Navigate to the provider -> Microsoft.Web

  3. Navigate to certificates

  4. Navigate to the certificate that is the same thumbprint.

  5. Make sure you are in the Read/Write mode

  6. Click on the Action/Delete

  7. Click on the Delete button to delete the certificate








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pancakesandcode answered ·

This worked for me:
resource explorer >> subscriptions >> >> resourceGroups >> >> providers >> Microsoft.Web >> Certificates >> (read/write mode) delete the certificate

This the path is different that the similar path:
resource explorer >> subscriptions >> providers >> Microsoft.Web >> Certificates

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Thanks for posting the solution that worked for you. It would be beneficial for other users experiencing a similar issue. Much appreciate the update.

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