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Old 18th December 2013, 18:31
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Hi,
i have renewed my ssl certificate from instantssl and found out i was using a temporary one since the last time i bought it (idiot / ID10T error)

my name server is tho3.tlsystems.co.uk
and the ssl certificate is for www.tlsystems.co.uk.

I have /var/www/tlsystems.co.uk/ssl or /var/www/clients/client1/web1/ssl/
I have uploaded my signed files to the location, but the support keep telling me im using the temporary version.

so my question is where do i put my www.tlsystems.co.uk.ca-bundle file, what file specifies the location of the bundle file....

thanks in advance

dave
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Old 18th December 2013, 18:41
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Do not any of thes efiles manually, use ispconfig instead. You paste the content of the bundle file into the ssl bundle field on the ssl tab and choose "save certificate" as action and click on the save button.
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