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Old 18th January 2007, 13:54
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Default ISPConfig on multiple servers - Certificate error

I just installed ISPConfig on the second server and I hit the "Invalid certificate' syndrome.
Reason: The site name used during certificate generation is pre-determined to be www (IIRC, can't scroll back so far in my ssh session window ). If this is true, shouldn't we change this to use the servername? Thus you can have multiple installations of ISPConfig on multiple servers in the same domain.

The main server (tld if you want) domain is the same on both servers in my case.
I'll go off now and regenerate the certs to fix this, but thought I'd just write this quick note. It will come back with each upgrade I'll do.....
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