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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mmancini, Jan 23, 2003.

  1. mmancini

    mmancini Active Member

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    I want to allow others to use my cert in a shared environment. I was told to create a symlink to ssl.domain.com/theirname but I am really a newbie. Are there any detailed steps on how to do this anywhere? TIA!
     
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    mmancini Active Member

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    bump...anyone?!?!
     
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    bump...anyone?!?!
     
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    Try this link.

    http://forums.cpanel.net/read.php?TID=4004
     
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    Purchase a cert for the servername. Example if you server is named server1.domain.com purchase a cert for server1.domain.com.

    once you receive the cert log into the WHM and go down to install cert. put in all the information, the one thing you will probably be confused about is username, use nobody (thats what i've been using *shrug*) click install and waaaaaaaallllllaaaaaa...

    use https://server1.domain.com/~username to acess each domain.

    NOTE: dont use https://server1.domain.com to try to verify if the cert is installed. It usually doesnt work. You need to test it by going to https://server1.domain.com/~username
     
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    thanks a lot ! That did it!
     
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    Just what I needed. Thanks Shaun for the 'how-to' and Mmancini for starting the post.

    Bill
     
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