To install the DirectAdmin module, visit [Settings] > [Company] > [Modules] > Available, and click the “Install” button for DirectAdmin. A message. Manual for manual certificate installation on DirectAdmin. Before an user is able to install an SSL certificate in DirectAdmin, the user should be assigned a dedicated IP address. This can be done as followed: The admin.
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manal Immediately after being issued, your SSL certificate will be sent to you by email. It is also possible to download the certificate from the Control Panel.
The file containing the certificate will have the same name as the domain name it is meant for for example: Sometimes it happens that a regular installation doesn’t work out as expected.
In that case we can decide to install the certificate by manually modifying the configuration.
This requires root access to the directadmn. In some cases this should be done by your hosting provider, when you are on a shared hosting system. For using a dedicated own IP address we need to bind that IP address with the user we’re installing the certificate for. All necessary steps to install your web server certificate have now been completed. Please make sure to adequately secure your certificate files, and to store a backup of your private key and web server certificate in a safe location.
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You should also install the root and intermediate certificates. Check whether the certificate is correctly installed with the SSLCheck and ensure an optimal configuration with these tips and settings. Send us a message. Our SSLCheck will examine your website’s root and intermediate certificates for correctness and report any potential issues.
Log in to the DirectAdmin Control Panel. Make a local copy of all contents from the field Paste a pre-generated certificate and keyand store this on your local machine in a safe spot.
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Login via SSH to your webserver, and change to root. You can find this file in the following directory: Verify that those 3 lines contain the correct filenames and paths.
You can check their contents by looking into the previously stored file containing your key and certificte. The private key should correspond with the.
Mark those lines to be ignored by prepending them with a has sign.