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How Do I Enable A Website For SSL?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by asterisk, Jan 31, 2006.

  1. asterisk

    asterisk Guest

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    I have a website up and running on the HTTP protocol. I have also installed the SSL certificate for it. How do I get it to serve pages via the HTTPS protocol please? Uploading files into the httpsdocs folder does not seem to do the trick.
     
  2. webhostheaven

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    httpsdocs is only for shared ssl I believe. You should just be able to go directly to your pages as long as the certificate has been assigned to the correct IP address.
     
  3. asterisk

    asterisk Guest

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    I would like for the SSL certificated to be shared. How do I go about doing that please?

    I understand you only need a dedicated IP address if it is not shared, is that correct?

    So far the certificate has been successfully installed and is in the repository and takes the place of the default certificate in Plesk but unfortunately going to HTTPS does not seem to work at this point.

    Any help on this would be much appreciated.

    PS Why is there no Plesk documentation on this?
     
  4. vekna

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