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How to get the plesk control panel to use an SSL cert

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by edispah, Jul 29, 2005.

  1. edispah

    edispah Guest

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    Hi

    Ive been tearing my hair out trying to get the Plesk Control Panel to use a 14day trial SSL cert from Verisign.

    I tried following the Plesk administrators instructions and the instructions I found here http://forum.sw-soft.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=24206&highlight=SSL

    I keep getting presented with the default plesk certificate when I access the control panel.

    In summary heres what I did

    1. Generated a CSR via Server - Certificates - Add New Certificate
    2. Completed an application on verisigns web site for a 14 day trial cert using the CSR request generated in 1
    3. I recieved the Certificate via email and copied and pasted it into the Certificate Field and clicked "Send Test"
    4. I set this certificate as the default in the Servers - Certificate Page.
    5. I then went to Server - IP Addresses and selected my IP address (theres only 1 on this server)
    6. In the SSL certificate drop down I selected the new Certificate.
    7. Click OK

    I was expected whenever I went to https://server.name.com:8443 that it would use the trial cert but instead its still using the default Plesk one.

    Is there anything ive missed here?

    Thanks

    Paul Houselander
     
  2. jamesyeeoc

    jamesyeeoc Guest

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    Hi Paul,
    1) Did you verify that the following 3 sections are present:
    Private Key
    Certificate
    CA Certificate

    2) Cut and pasted as plain text with no line wrapping having occurred in the email client?

    An example of a properly formatted certificate.

    3) Once you set it as the default (Servers - Certificates) did you verify that it is now the one in bold letters instead of the one named 'default certificate'
     
  3. Oldperl

    Oldperl Guest

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    Did u restart apache or better the server?
     
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