Hey guys! Long time no see! I need assistance regarding SSL Certificates. I followed the ISPConfig 2 setup on Debian by Falko exactly, except for the hostname part. The hostname was supposed to be www according to Falko's tutorial, that's the only thing I didn't do exactly as instructed. Instead I made the hostname chronikal, instead of www...however I still use http://www.mysite.com:81 for the ISPConfig panel. Previously, I had purchased a RapidSSL certificate which has expired. I had done everything as instructed and still got warnings in Internet Explorer saying "Certificate Mismatch" or something of the sort. I am about to buy a new SSL Cert through Globalsign, ya know the expensive ass SSL certs, and I want to get it right. I know the 3 lines to regenerate the OpenSSL cert, however my question is, can i have a machine with the fully qualified domain name of: chronikal.mysite.org On the linux server, and still use vhosts to send people to: https://www.mysite.com:81 - to access the the admin panel. Do I have to change my hostname on my linux server to "www" or can I get the certificate to be valid, and not show the "mismatch error" as is. Falko, Till, & all the others who have been so cool to share knowledge in the past, much respect to you! Long live the ISPConfig krew! Lemme know! Thanks fellas!