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How to remove an SSL cert?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by aingaranweb, Nov 13, 2004.

  1. aingaranweb

    aingaranweb Well-Known Member

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    Hi,

    I incorrectly added a SSL cert to a client's account.
    When I ordered the cert, I accidently used a shared ip, instead of a dedicated IP.

    It's all screwy now. I've assigned a ded. ip for the client and I want to delete the existing ssl cert. How do I go about doing that?

    Thanks,
     
  2. aingaranweb

    aingaranweb Well-Known Member

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    Noone has any suggestions or help?
     
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    In WHM, use "Delete an SSL Host".
     
  4. aingaranweb

    aingaranweb Well-Known Member

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    "There are no ssl hosts setup"

    That's what it says when I click on delete.
     
  5. whizkid

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    In SSH, remove the crt & csr from /usr/share/ssl/certs

    also, remove the key from /usr/share/ssl/private

    -Rick
    FatNetwork.net
     
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    and remove the ip:443 block entry for the domain also. else http will have a problem in restarting.
     
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    Right, so remove the domain entry in httpd.conf that has the 443 at the end of the IP.
     
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