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Old 8th June 2007, 20:41
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is apache2.conf in your system the same as httpd.conf in ours?

I would imagine so, I'm a Debian/Ubuntu type, so I'm not used to anything but the apache2.conf.
I think you should check your existing httpd.conf and vhosts_ispconfig.conf for any references to port 443, as well as sites-enabled files particularly ssl (crosses fingers and hopes SLES has a sites-enabled folder) for an SSLEngine On and certificate defines. There is often a default Apache define in there.
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