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Old 3rd August 2012, 23:10
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Default New Signed SSL cert showing as self signed

I added a new cert, first went in and created the SSL request, sent that to the CA, and received the new cert. I then copied that to the SSL Certificate window and saved certificate.

When I check the cert it shows as

The certificate is self-signed. Users will receive a warning when accessing this site unless the certificate is manually added as a trusted certificate to their web browser.

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Old 4th August 2012, 07:29
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Please let us know which authority (e.g. verisign / godaddy, etc). from which you buy the cert.


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I added a new cert, first went in and created the SSL request, sent that to the CA, and received the new cert. I then copied that to the SSL Certificate window and saved certificate.

When I check the cert it shows as

The certificate is self-signed. Users will receive a warning when accessing this site unless the certificate is manually added as a trusted certificate to their web browser.

Did I miss something?
You might have to add a bundle/intermediate cert to the appropriate field in ISPConfig. This depends on your CA.
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It's with Globalsign. So do I add it at server level, or through ISPConfig?
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All customers installing a GlobalSign SSL Certificate will need to install the appropriate Intermediate root CA onto their web servers.

Please refer to the following link for the installation in an apache environment:

https://www.globalsign.com/support/i...all_apache.php
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or through ISPConfig?
Through ISPConfig. Please paste the intermediate certificate into the SSL Bundle field in ISPConfig.
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