Problem: domain: test.com subdomain: store.test.com when a person is at store.test.com they are shopping on an OSC store. when they click on the login it sends them to https:/store.test.com. Unfortunately this doesn't quite work as store.test.com via https: doesn't get created by Plesk when you create the sub-domain in Plesk (there is no httpsdocs created for the sub-domain, and there is no 443 virtual host created by plesk for the subdomain). Since Plesk fails to create a virtual SSL host for the sub-domain the question is, how do you work around that? I have attempted to work around that by creating the httpsdocs directory for the www.test.com as a symbolic link to the subdomain/store directory. Then I added +followsymlinks to the options in the vhost_ssl.conf file for that directory and I added ServerAlias store.test.com to the virtual host for the 443. Result: when I go to the URL: https:www.test.com or https://store.test.com the system offers me up the plesk SSL cretificate not the stores SSL certificate. and then it shows the apache test page, not the approriate sub-domain pages. any help in getting Plesk to allow apache to send SSL to a sub-domain and serve up the correct SSL certificate would be helpful. The sad part is that this store was operational in this configuration on a shared unix server, so I know it can be done. But Plesk seems to be standing in the way of getting this done.