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Old 22nd May 2006, 22:29
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I am trying to install ispconfig on a second server to move from my old server and everything ran smooth, perfect debian 3.1 setup, ispconfig setup all fine, but when I try to go to https://myserver:81 I get this error when trying to access the site: see attachment

I roughly understand what happened, I entered the same data as on the old server, but how to solve the problem?
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Old 22nd May 2006, 22:55
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Did you also copy your certificate from your old to your new server? Have you already switched the DNS records so that they point to the new server?
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no I did not copy anything, I just finished the fresh reinstall part. I wanted to log into https://newserver:81 which differs from https://oldserver:81 I do not understand why it gives me this error...

dns is not pointed to new server, there is nothing except its hostname pointing there...

althoug when creating the certificate I used exactly the same data as I used when geenrating the certificate on the old server...

what to do? switch to http instead of https until I have finished moving everything and then try again?

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strange, from work it works, although I had already emptied my browser cache at home, what else can I do?

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strange, from work it works, although I had already emptied my browser cache at home, what else can I do?
Maybe you need to restart the browser or even the whole system.
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sorry I just found the error: in my browsers I had imported and accepted my own certificate, deleting it from the cache solved the problem
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