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SSL - CA Root is not trusted

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by saksman, Mar 30, 2005.

  1. saksman

    saksman Guest

    I just installed an SSL Cert and I am getting CA Root is not trusted when I view the certificate.

    What did I do wrong?????
  2. poke

    poke Guest

    who is the ssl provider? You might actually have to install the equifax root(i.e.Geotrust) cert in the plesk cp.

  3. _tek

    _tek Basic Pleskian

    Feb 7, 2005
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    Love to see someone document the ssl issues

    I am migrating a bunch of domains for a client from ensim to plesk and can not get the cert's to work correctly i know how to do it in the http.conf file but can not find where or what file this is being added into inside of plesk. One would think it would be in the conf/vhost_ssl.conf file for that virtual domain but it does not appear to be as i have "ATTEMPTED" to add the cert from the admin interface and its complaining about no csr file.

    we already have our keys, do not need to do a signing request but just the same nothing is working.

    Complete documentation would be really nice here to the point i would even say its more than a huge oversight for it not to already exist.:confused: