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Old 30th August 2011, 23:39
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Default how do I install a SSL cert for a website?

Perhaps it's a stupid question, but how do I install my own SSL cert for a website?

Assuming my website is example.com and I have example.com.key (private key), example.com.crt (certificate), example.com.bundle (SSL vendor bundle), and I use a dedicated IP for it - if I go to Website -> Domain -> example.com and click SSL, I only have these options:


SSL Request - does not apply; I don't need to specify a CSR
SSL Certificate - I'd put example.com.crt content here
SSL Bundle - I'd put example.com.bundle content here

So, it looks like there is no space to provide the private key - confusing.

How do I assign a SSL cert to a website?
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