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    Remove SSL?

    How would I go about removing an SSL cert for a domain?

    I need to remove the cert for my domain and put one in for the server hostname.


    Anyone know how I remove an SSL cert from the server?

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    What kind of server ; windoze/linux and what, if any, control panel??

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    I have edited httpd.conf so now SSL aint working on the server.. however, they certs are still located on the server. Anyone know where they are located so I can move em off?

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    Originally posted by faculty
    I have edited httpd.conf so now SSL aint working on the server.. however, they certs are still located on the server. Anyone know where they are located so I can move em off?
    find / -name '*.crt' -print

    Will show you any file named *.crt on the server. You will see the certificate location. You can cd down a level or two and go to the sslkey directory and grab that too. However, the location of the one's you were using (if they are the same ones) was specified in the virtualhost block you removed.

    I'm confused though, of why you want to remove the file, if you're not using it anyway? You shouldn't need to worry about that, just install the new certificate you want and put in the path to that in your configuration. I might not understand what you're trying to do.
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    Faculty,

    Simply goto: SSL/TLS in your WHM

    and click on : Install an SSL Certificate and Setup the Domain

    And copy new key and cert with your hostname
    and make sure you check: Check here if this ssl cert is already setup

    Thats it SSL will restart httpd and the cert. will change, also make sure you close all your browsers to see the new cert. by clicking on the lock below

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    No no I had installed a certificate. Now this was all running fine.. after a few months I have decided I want to run a SSL service for all my resellers, but since i have a cert on my primary IP, it wont let another on (well it does but there is problems). I need to remove them both and install a new one!

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    Really? So what problems do you have when you access https://www.brightlightwebsites.com/~user?
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    because the cert is meant to be anonymous.. so I have another cert for the server hostname. BRIGHTLIGHTWEBSITES.COM leads the customer right to the real host, while 1337HOST.COM does not.

    I think I have sorted the issue now anyhow.. just waiten for my dedicated IP for BRIGHTLIGHTWEBSITES.COM to change

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