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  1. JArnoldussen

    JArnoldussen Basic Pleskian

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    Parallels bills it's Plesk product as a cloud product, but they really fail to live up to this claim. For the past 4 months, we have been trying to run Plesk 10 for Windows on an EC2 instance, and there certainly have been a lot of challenges to overcome, one of which is promised to be fixed in release 10.1.1.

    However, we have another major problem, and that revolves around SSL. How do you work the issue of needing an SSL certificate for multiple domains on Plesk running on EC2? If this was really a cloud-ready product, surely this would have been built in! Can anyone shed light on this?
     
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  3. JArnoldussen

    JArnoldussen Basic Pleskian

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    Thank you for the reply, but that is unfortunately unrelated to my issue.
     
  4. 19patje72

    19patje72 New Pleskian

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    hi,

    We got ourselves a Positive MDC from Comodo and uploaded the cert with the customers domain names in it.
    The customer seemed to be happy afterwards.

    Patrick
     
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