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Old 17th March 2013, 16:29
danhansen@denmark danhansen@denmark is offline
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Default http or https - the usual way? + "This Connection is Untrusted"

Hi Falko,

Thanks a lot for your response

Will you please specify why this is? I really want to understand this. Below I have inserted some of the warnings that was shown when I entered the site using "https". The reason I an sking is because the example in the tutorial was "http". I get that this is a secure connection, but did I choose anything "wrong" during the setup? Or is it because there are more than one way to do it? As mentioned earlier on, there was a few question regarding, not the private key 'smtpd.key, but another key where the same info has to be filled in. I do not remember the name of that key. rsa something??? I am not sure. But it was right after filling in info for the private key 'smtpd.key.

This Connection is Untrusted
You have asked Firefox to connect
securely to, but we can't confirm that your connection is secure.

and after accepting this all kind of warnings regarding missing certificate, Using the "view certificate" option, I saw information entered by myself and therefore this is ok I guess... But did I choose something wrong in the setup? Is "https" to usual way to enter the ISPConfig3 controlpanel i wonder???

Again, thank you for helping - This is a great forum and I am looking forward using your services and software

Kind Regards,
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