ISPConfig Version: 3.1.10 Operating System: Debian 9 ISPConfig Report: Pastebin ID: 7j8hj4sp (I'm not allowed to send a link, sorry) I have added a new site and I want to use SSL certificates from Let's Encrypt for it. I checked "SSL" and "Let's Encrypt SSL" and saved the settings. But when the process is finished and I open the settings again, the boxes are unchecked again. And in the vhost file of my website in /etc/apache2/sites-available/ there are no SSL settings. What could be wrong here? Can I check somewhere if there were problems with the SSL registration? If that is working I want to use a proxy for apache to proxy to a service which is running on port 8095. Is it correct that I have to do it in the /etc/apache2/sites-available/my.domain.com.vhost file? Because I think this file will be overwritten if I change something in the ISPConfig Settings for that site, will it? So what would be the correct way for that? In the site settings there is a setting "Web server config". Should I use that? But there is nothing to select in the list. How can I add something there? Thanks in advance!