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SOLVED Separate SSL certs on domain and subdomain?

Discussion in 'Security' started by Bruce123, Oct 31, 2018.

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  1. Bruce123

    Bruce123 Active Member

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    In reading the documentation and these forums I do not believe I will have any problems doing this, but I want to be certain before I try it.

    This is an account that is hosted on its own IP. There is a subdomain, secure.domain.com, for which there has long been a purchased and installed SSL cert (godaddy). There is currently no SSL cert for the primary (www.domain.com / domain.com).

    AutoSSL is disabled for this account.

    I would like to enable & use the AutoSSL feature to acquire/install a cPanel/Comodo cert for the primary without disturbing the SSL installation on the subdomain. Can it be done this way without conflicting or otherwise causing problems? When I go to "Manage AutoSSL," the "Configure Auto SSL for Users" section shows the user, of course, but no mention of the separate domains. I don't want to cause myself any problems by asking the system to do something is does not expect or was not designed to do.

    TIA for your help.

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    cPanelMichael Technical Support Community Manager Staff Member

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    Hello @Bruce123,

    You can use the SSL/TLS Status option in cPanel to exclude a specific domain or subdomain from the AutoSSL feature.

    Thank you.
     
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    Thank you. It never occurred to me that I should go to cPanel vs. WHM.

    Bruce
     
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