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Old 2nd November 2006, 10:20
xinea xinea is offline
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.. your SSL certificate does not match the domain of the vhost.
yes, sure.. for that my certificate is for one vhost.. all the other vhosts will produce a warning when viewing through a browser....
but you can proceed with it and get a secure site.

an okay.. now i understand why you said before that we can only create one ssl vhost for an IP @ (sorry it took me a couple of days to explore it!)

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Old 5th October 2010, 19:28
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This is an old thread but wondering if anyone has had success with multiple SSL virtual hosts using a blanket cert (*.yourdomain.com). This would eliminate the browser warning as long as both sites utilize the same domain.
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