This does not work. I did it twice to be sure.
There must be a way to put the ISPconfig pages back on ssl.
Doing this does put the default page on ssl on a default certificate from localhost. but it doesnt make ispconfig accessible on https.
Its still accesible http:// and returns page cannot be found on https://
and even now certain modules arent accessible in ispconfig like server settings. Gives a page cannot be found in the control panel.
Last edited by Rockdrala; 1st January 2008 at 04:37.