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Old 24th August 2006, 20:06
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I was wondering if there's a way to redo the SSL which needs to be done with a fresh ISPConfig installation. I've set some info wrong and I need to change it.

As i've come to understand, the server.key is signed by the ca.key.. but how do I redo a new ca.key the way i like it and then doing the server.key.

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Old 25th August 2006, 10:15
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Thanks for the reply Till, but what I wanted was something different. What i meant was, when you install ISPConfig, you have to do some steps to create the certificates:
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STEP 1: Generating RSA private key for CA (1024 bit) [ca.key]
...and then...
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STEP 4: Generating RSA private key for SERVER (1024 bit) [server.key]
After completing the installation and accessing the webinterface for the first time, I got a certificate like this:



...and after doing the lines you adviced, i get:



As you can see, the "Issued To" and "Issued By" are different in the thirst certificate. The second certificate has "Issued To" and "Issued By" being the same. I like to change this to being different again, like in the first image.

This because when I get a certificate from a real CA, i need to change the CA to the CA where I got my certificate from, right? ...or am I completly wrong how CA and certificates work?

TIA
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This because when I get a certificate from a real CA, i need to change the CA to the CA where I got my certificate from, right? ...or am I completly wrong how CA and certificates work?

TIA
When you buy a real certificate, "Issued By" will automatically show your CA where you bought the certificate.
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