denisdekat

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Hi all,

I am wondering if anyone ran into this. We have a sever, let's say host.server.name, and we installed a cert, CA'd by geotrust installed to use our server-wide Certificate.

Interestingly enough, there were certificate warnings even after intalling it. You would click &view certificate& and see htat indeed it was an equifax cert, it showed the correct domain name, but still gave warnings. By the way, this certificate is supposed to be and has been compatible with all explorer5.0 and above. Interestingly enough adding this line to apache
SSLCACertificateFile /usr/share/ssl/certs/equifax.crt
and putting the begin to end certifacte in this file fixed the warnings for us.

Now, however, I am not sure how we can do this for cpanel since it has it's own SSL rules. As I understand it, the cpanel runs it's own httpd server on 2087 that is not configurrable by httpd.conf. Is this correct? If so, is it possible to add a similar directoive to cpanel somewhere as the one we added to apache?

Has anyone ran into this before?

Andres