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Problem with SSL certificate

Discussion in 'Plesk 10.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by Adamgreen240, Aug 13, 2011.

  1. Adamgreen240

    Adamgreen240 Guest

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    Hi guys, Bit of a technical issue, not sure if anyone will know how to help! But, just changed one of my sites over to my VPS server, and reinstalled my SSL certificate, but im having a few issues.

    All seems to be working fine in Chrome, Safari, and Firefoz, but it is throwing up an error in Internet Explorer.

    The certificate when looking through chrome, safari, and firefox is the certificate i have installed (issued to my domain) but it is showing a totally different certificate when viewed in Interent Explorer (i think it is using the one which secures the server plesk admin panel?)

    Does anyone know whats causing this?

    Site working great in chrome:

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    Not so good in IE:

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    Would appreciate any help!

    Thanks folks!
     
  2. Hostasaurus.Com

    Hostasaurus.Com Regular Pleskian

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    Your install of Plesk probably included the apache with SNI support option; this lets you have multiple SSL certificates per IP address and is supported by some newer browser versions. What's probably occurring is IE is not properly negotiating for the site in question and the server is using its default certificate. Try fixing it by going into the settings area of Plesk, click on IP addresses, click on the number on the far right of the line where there is the IP this site runs on, in that page set this site to be the default for this IP address.
     
  3. JLS

    JLS New Pleskian

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    Hello,

    I Have a similar problem:

    - Centos 5.7 / Plesk 10.3.1 / Apache 2.2.21 with SNI support / mod_ssl 2.2.21;
    - 2 owned SSL certificates on the same IP;
    - 40 domains sharing this IP;
    - 1st certificate is the default for all domains (working fine in all browsers - issued by Godaddy);
    - 2nd certificate associated to only 1 domain and its 2 sub-domains (issued by RapidSSL);
    - IE is the only browser that does not recognize the proper certificate for the domain with the 2nd certificate?!?!


    Thanks you,
     
  4. Hostasaurus.Com

    Hostasaurus.Com Regular Pleskian

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    What version of IE and what OS is it running on? I believe SNI support is only in IE8+ on Vista or newer; pretty sure I read it will not work on XP even if you're on IE 9.
     
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    JLS New Pleskian

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