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Old 28th March 2007, 15:45
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Default https access to ISPConfig

When I installed ISPConfig, I configured it to use https access.

I also created a certificate during installation that matches the hostname of the server, so when I as admin access ISPConfig everything works fine.

However, for any client sites, when they access their ISPConfig using for example https://www.myclient.com:81/ they will get an error message saying there is a mismatch between the certificate and the name of the site.
Is there a way to avoid that? - or should I just configure it to use http access instead to avoid the certificate mismatch?
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Old 29th March 2007, 09:19
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ISPConfig should always be accessed by the man domain and not the client domain to avaid any error messages.
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