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Add Certificate to Domains

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by torkel, Sep 4, 2005.

  1. torkel

    torkel Guest

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    Hello

    how can i add the standart certificate to another domain???

    is that possible? when yes, how?

    greetz

    torkel
     
  2. Gris@

    Gris@ Guest

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    You can go to certificates click to sertificate and then copy certificate parts. Then you should create new certificate on required domain and upload certificate as text (from saved parts of another domain)
    But in Plesk 7.0 you can set up one certificate on one IP (it's IIS restriction). Plesk 7.5 can get round it.
    :)
     
  3. torkel

    torkel Guest

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    hej

    does that mean on Plesk 7 i can only use one Domain with a certificate???

    br / Torkel
     
  4. Gris@

    Gris@ Guest

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    If you have one IP you wil be able to create only one domain with SSL
     
  5. torkel

    torkel Guest

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    Hello

    if i have a certivicate on a main domain, for exp. www.test.com how can i also geht the certificate also to webmail.test.com???

    if i type webmail.test.com it goes automaticly to www.test.com...

    and i get alwas the message that the certificate is unknown and unsave...

    what do i have to do??? can somebody help me please?

    br / torkel
     
  6. Gris@

    Gris@ Guest

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    Certificate name must match the name of the website.
    for example
    domain domain.com - certificate domain.com, domain www.domain.com - certificate www.domain.com.
    But however webmail.domai.com is not exists and you can't setup certificate for it.
     
  7. torkel

    torkel Guest

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    Hi Gris

    does that mean, that i can't use the certificate or SSL for the webmail????

    or is there another solution????

    br / Torkel
     
  8. Gris@

    Gris@ Guest

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    You can set it only directly in IIS. But sitename is webmail(default) and when you will access to it by webmail.domainname.com name the popup window will be.
    But you can rename webmail(default) to something like domain.com then register it in DNS and go to it directly.
     
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