SOLVED Expired cPanel SSL Cert is being used instead of new LetsEncrypt

kcroy

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One of my websites is displaying an expired cert instead of the new one. How can I address this issue?

Backgrond: I have had to move my server host twice in the last month. First, I had to move to an upgraded server to avoid the SSL problems discussed in this thread. Unfortunately the host I moved to provided me with IPs that were on spam blacklists. After wrestling with this for a week, and dealing with upset clients, I moved to a upgraded server on my original host. This has played a bit of havoc with my SSL certs.

Currently I have things resolved on all but one of the cpanel accounts. You can see I am still serving the expired sectigo cert. REDACTED The differences between this cpanel account and the others are: 1) REDACTED.com DNS is set from a different hosting account 2) I deleted the "SSL Host" before I requested a new LetsEncrypt cert.I don't know if either of these matter, but they are the only two differences I am aware of.

Any help or direction appreciated

edit: I thought I had the issue resolved, but now it is showing a different certificate, an expired one from my host. I'm confused as hell.
 
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kcroy

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Thank you so much for checking! I checked with a proxy and it does appear to be working now, so that is awesome. Best kind of problem to have! I must also be having local cache issues. Two browsers still point to the old server, and one browser is pointing me to a certificate which is supposed to be good until April 22 2022, but is still saying "insecure". So I have no idea what is going on. Thanks for checking!