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SSL transfer

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by camdenbo, Apr 9, 2006.

  1. camdenbo

    camdenbo Guest

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    Hello everyone!

    I have another questions for Plesk admins.

    I recently transferred one of my domains (hosted by another hosting company) to my Plesk server, and just before I did so the host at the time updated my SSL cert for my ecommerce site. Now that I host the domain, I requested the SSL details and all I got was the Cert & RSA Private Key.

    How do I assign this SSL to my domain? It seems that when in Plesk, I have the options of Private Key, Certifcate (both reqd.), and CA Certificate.

    Can someone please help, it's screwing up my ecommerce site as the https is assiging itself to the default shared cert on Plesk.

    Thanks again,
    Greg
     
  2. Highland

    Highland Guest

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    All you need is the Public Key and the Certificate. Paste these into the appropriate fields and ignore the the CA certificate. Once this is done you need to make sure you have your files in the httpsdocs or set the SSL to use the httpdocs directory (do a search on how to do that)

    Finally restart Apache (Server > Service management)

    That should fix your SSL
     
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