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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Delion, Jan 25, 2006.

  1. Delion

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    Ok I installed my ssl cert in cpanel just fine, now where do I upload or how do I use this thing, if there is any help available I would appreciate this very much. As I have no idea where I am suppose to upload my secure site in my hosting account.
     
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    I own a license, and the company, however understandable and since the other company I do some hosting that I am not allowed on my current server, they do not know either, we figured this would be the place to ask. However since this is more like a gentlemans club, of making people feel unwanted This thread has been copied and posted to all those on the server and I will be switching to ensim,as they were more then willing to explain.
     
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    You upload to the same place as normal. With cpanel setup, http and https use the same files.
     
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    Izzee,

    While I do appreciate your enthusiasm, could you please leave the moderation of the forums to the moderators :) If you're unsure about any posts, please either PM one of the moderators or use the notification icon on a post.
     
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