Did you try using the "ipa-replica-manage" command to remove the IPA server?

There is a force option to removal of an inactive IPA server when using that 
command.

Rgds,
Siggi



On Thu, August 2, 2012 01:56, Kline, Sara wrote:
> One of the other admins that I work with re-installed one of our test boxes 
> without telling me so
> the record is still in our FreeIPA server. As you would expect if you run the 
> install script, it
> fails because it is already joined. I tried to remove the box from DNS but I 
> get the following
> error: "Certificate operation cannot be completed: EXCEPTION (Invalid 
> Credential.)" I can remove
> the other test boxes with no issue. I get the same error if I try to use ipa 
> host-del although
> again this works fine for other entries. Is there a way to forcefully remove 
> this entry, or do I
> need to manually configure this client? It's a test box but if this happens 
> in Production I need
> to know what to do.
>
>
> Sara Kline
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