In my experience, this error occurs when:
Hi there!When I go to clientdomain.com:2083 I get the "connection not secure"
So what is the best way to secure the webroot, mail etc? Is there a manual script I should run?
Can you provide a step by step? ThanksYou can use SSL/TLS with port 2083, but you’ll need to use one of the domains that’s on the certificate that’s installed for cpsrvd (most likely just the server’s hostname).
I waited 48hrs for mine to update!In my experience, this error occurs when:
1.) You have multiple domains in the autossl queue being assigned SSL certs.
2.) 1 or more SSL certs have already been assigned to other domains.
3.) The SSL cert for the domain showing the wrong address in the cert has not yet been installed (still in the queue).
Very strange! Can you double check to make sure that you do not have any .htaccess rules for that domain that may be keeping the SSL from being issued? I have actually recently experienced this exact same behavior, where a SSL for a domain sits in the queue waiting for the SSL to be issued - but never does. Turns out, in the .htaccess file, there were rules that were blocking the authentication portion of the auto-ssl script from running. Once the .htaccess file was temporarily disabled - the SSL cert was promptly assigned. However, since it was around 48hours after the initial attempt, I went and re-requested the SSL via the auto-ssl section.I waited 48hrs for mine to update!
I had found an error on my domain settings and I resolved that. But the problem still remains. I have attached the screenshot of log file here. Please check it and help me to resolve this issue.
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