Hello, I already have Let's Encrypt cert generation/renewal process working perfectly using dns-01 challenge from a remote central server to the ISPConfig server(s). As a final step, I distribute the certs to all remote servers/hosts globally via scp and then reload whichever process needs to recognize the certs. Questions: 1) I simply want to confirm if I can scp the resulting cert files so that ISPConfig will recognize/not overwrite them, and then reload apache? 2) It appears that the live cert files (for websites) are in (?): /var/www/<domain.tld>/ssl/ 3) And, for ISPConfig itself it is in (?): /usr/local/ispconfig/interface/ssl/ 4) Can I simply overwrite these files? 5) What other commands would I need to execute to ensure ISPConfig is properly updated/aware of the new SSL files? I have already reviewed various threads here regarding Let's Encrypt but they all seem to be focused on Acme client and generating the certs from within ISPConfig. I do not want to do this as I am already using Dehydrated, formerly called letsencrypt.sh, and custom scripting for hundreds of domains across hundreds of servers in high availability setups. Threads I have already reviewed include: - https://www.howtoforge.com/communit...encrypt-ssl-certificates-into-ispconfig.71055 - https://www.howtoforge.com/community/threads/lets-encrypt-2-ispconfig.71348 - https://www.howtoforge.com/communit...te-for-ispconfig-admin-from-letsencrypt.73097 - https://www.howtoforge.com/community/threads/ssl-certificates-how-many-under-ispconfig.75062 Thank you in advance for your feedback.