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Old 12th November 2011, 19:25
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Default Validated SSL on ISPConfig 3

I have three servers running ISPConfig 3.0.4. I built them using Falko's The Perfect Server Tutorial and they are all working great. Since the main domain of each server is also an individual e-commerce website, I added an extended validation 256 SSL Cert. to the domain. So I was thinking that this would also go over into the ISPConfig server subdomain for the client-side log-in. They are all the same sub-domains with different domains (of course 3 different SSL Certs) and running on port 8080 (default). So, I thought this would be a "clean" browser display for clients:


But it still gives the warning as if an extended validation wasn't on the domain. Is there any adjustment(s) I can make for it to be "clean"?

Thanks in advance!
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