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Old 13th July 2006, 21:29
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Hi Falko!

Excuse me for my long delay reply but I'm very busy since last week (rush job work at a same time!).

I have maded a restart service of ISPConfig and also a server reboot. After, I have maded again another SSL request but I have the same thing... no SSL.

I have tried to delete certificate and remake a "Create" but the SSL Request and SSL Certificate textform... and it's ok!

Well it's important (I think) to restart the ISPConfig service after installing the package. And made a Delete Certificate and recreate the certificate after all.

Thanks Falko continue your good work!
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