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How do I allow a domain to "use" SSL Certificate

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Windows Suggestions and Feedback' started by Michael Legg, Mar 24, 2010.

  1. Michael Legg

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    I've just purchased and installed an SSL certificate for a domain without any problems.

    But the domain won't use the certificate.

    When I go to Domains >> domain.com >> SSL Certificate, the cert appears and it all looks good except that under the "Used" column it says 0.

    The certificate doesn't show up at all in Home >> Settings >> SSL Certificates.

    What do I have to do to enable the cert to be actually used?
     
  2. Michael Legg

    Michael Legg Guest

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    I've worked it out.

    Go to domain.com >> Web Hosting Settings, click the SSL support checkbox and select the cert from the drop down list on that screen.

    It didn't work right away, but after rebooting the server it played nice.
     
  3. Mydal

    Mydal Guest

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    You dont require a full server reboot for this. By going to your IP manager icon you can change the cert associated with an IP. Just click on the IP hosting is setup on. You need to assign the certificate there also.
     
  4. Corsoft

    Corsoft Guest

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    GoDaddy is my hosting provider and they had installed my SSL certificate for me but I was unable to access my site with https. Your post helped me enable SSL on my site.
     
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