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Old 1st April 2009, 16:28
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Exclamation HELP: Enabled SSL on Site, Broke site

Using ISPCONFIG 3.0.1.1

I went a head and enabled SSL on one specific site, I ended up getting 500 Internal Errors so i decided to revert back and disable SSL.

I'm still getting the Internal 500 Errors though!
I removed all Certs. in the ssl directory for that site but still not working.
I removed the Cert. via ISPCONFIG in the options for the specific site but no luck.
What am I missing here??


I verified the *.vhost for the specific site and nothing appears to have changed here.

Here is the Error I'm getting the in the error.log:
Quote:
[Wed Apr 01 11:08:52 2009] [alert] [client IP address] /var/www/iwebsource.net/web/.htaccess: RewriteEngine not allowed here


What else do I have to do to get my site backup??

Last edited by astewart; 1st April 2009 at 17:10.
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