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Old 5th July 2012, 19:11
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Hi,

i installed a ssl-certificate from startssl.com - works.

using a ssl-cert-check like this, it shows an error because i have not installed a so called intermediate certificate.

when securing my ispconfig installation, i just added two lines in the apache config. If i manually change the vhost-file in /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/ it works, but gets overwritten by ispconfig

i am using ispconfig 3.0.4.6 on ubuntu/apache
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Old 5th July 2012, 20:46
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Put the intermediate ssl certificate into the ssl bundle field of the website, select save certificate as action and click on the save button. Dont change any vhost files manually as ispconfig will remove all manual changes automatically.
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