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Old 4th October 2005, 10:17
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Default REAL SSL Cert install problems

Ok i have a real SSL certificate that isn't seeming to install. This is my first time using ISPConfig and it is an awesome piece of work! Good job. I can configure it manually like i used to but i'm not going to touch the config files ISPconfig makes. I copy and pasted the cert into the cert box under the ssl tab but nothing is taking effect! What am i doing wrong here. This is a paid ssl key not an unsigned one.

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Old 4th October 2005, 10:46
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Have you selected "Save certificate" in the action dropdown (right below the textarea where you posted the certificate) before you hit save?
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Old 4th October 2005, 10:51
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yes i've selected the save certificate.
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Old 4th October 2005, 11:16
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Try to restart your apache webserver.

If this does not help, you can have a look in the directory /home/www/www.yourdomain.com/ssl/ (The path may vary depending on your weboot configuration and domain) There must be a file www.yourdomain.com.crt . Does this file contains the correct SSL certificate you entered in the frontend?
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yes i've selected the save certificate.
You have to create a certificate first by selecting "Create Certificate" (and filling in all the other fields, thus creating a dummy certificate first) (if your ssl directory is already existant, make a backup of it before).
Afterwards (you should wait for about 30 seconds...), you can fill in your real certificate and click on "Save Certificate".
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Thanks for the help, i just made a dummy cert then copy and pasted the old cert and key into the files it created via ssh.....works fine now

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