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Default certificate still shows after SSL cert install.

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by nerbonne, May 31, 2007.

  1. nerbonne

    nerbonne Guest

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    Ok, here's the deal.

    I bought a SSL Cert from godaddy.

    I changed the IP address for my site to a dedicated IP.

    I installed the SSL Cert to my domain.

    I changed the certificate repository from the default administrator certificate to my domain certificate.

    I used the services button to stop/start apache.

    But still the default plesk certificate shows when I load my site? I don't know what I missed. Any suggestions?
     
  2. prospective

    prospective Guest

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    We had the same problem this morning, and could not find a solution online.

    We figured out that you also need to set your domain to be the "default domain" on that IP address.

    To do this, go to Server->IP Addresses

    Click the "1" in the "Hosting" column of your dedicated IP address.

    Choose the domain, and click "set as default".

    Restart Apache.

    I hope this helps you!
     
  3. nerbonne

    nerbonne Guest

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    Yep, that did work for port 80. I was actually trying to set it up for port 8443 since I want the warning to go away when accessing the CP. I didn't realize that the cert wasn't global to the domain.

    Anyone know how to make it so I don't get a certificate warning when accessing the CP?
     
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