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SOLVED SSL/TLS Status feature question

Discussion in 'Security' started by sneader, Dec 12, 2017.

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  1. sneader

    sneader Well-Known Member

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    We have AutoSSL enabled, using Let's Encrypt, to provide FREE SSL for all customers.

    I want to allow cPanel users to use the "SSL/TLS Status" feature to manage which domains and subdomains are included and excluded from AutoSSL, and to let them "Run AutoSSL" on their own. THIS WORKS GREAT.

    However, users are also getting a notification at the top of SSL/TLS Status page, that tries to get them to BUY an SSL certificate, for any domain or subdomain that isn't currently protected. The message says something like:

    I do not want to sell SSL certificats to customers via cPanel. If there are unsecured domains, then it means that there is a DNS problem or other issue, that caused AutoSSL not to run.

    How can I remove this message, prompting customers to purchase SSL certificates, without affecting our ability to let customers use the "SSL/TLS Status" system to self-manage AutoSSL?

    - Scott
     
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    Hello,

    You can disable the cPanel Store using "WHM Home » Market » Market Provider Manager".

    Thank you.
     
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    Thanks @cPanelMichael -- that was it! For some reason, I thought I needed a Market Provider enabled in order for the other features in SSL/TLS Manager to work. I was wrong... it all works great now, with cPanel Store disabled.

    Thanks again!!

    - Scott
     
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