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Install ssl on server's main domain

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by TheReliableHost, Feb 3, 2011.

  1. TheReliableHost

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    Hi

    I want to install Positivessl single domain and domain only ssl certificate on my main server host name like server.mydomain.com

    Basically i want to make cpanel/ftp/email connection secure help me

    Tried regular option in whm but itdidnt work. Browser always show self signed certificate

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    cPanelTristan Quality Assurance Analyst
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    Actually, the referenced thread is not the likely cause for this issue as it isn't a 500 error happening.

    The issue is that you've probably only installed the SSL in WHM > SSL/TLS area but you are talking about the service SSLs that are actually installed in WHM > Manage Service SSL Certificates area. You would need to install the purchased SSL for each service listed there in that area.
     
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    I went to support ticket and its solved :) thanks guys . This thread can be closed

    Problem was n exim I think, according to support guy
     
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