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Lets Encrypt Error

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(@kislaychandan)
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Hi I am getting Error whenever generating Letsencrypt certificate.

error is "ERROE_LEinstallcertificate: Object refrence not set to an instance of an object; at solidcp.EnterpriseServer.WebserverController.

I have selected use SNI in ssl

 

I have also uninstalled SolidCp and reinstalled it.

 

I went through many search but failed to solution. 

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(@trobinson)
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Hello,

Are you sure SolidCP Server was upgraded to the latest version also?

Regards,

Trevor

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(@kislaychandan)
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@trobinson

I have installed the latest version, Which was available online. I also uninstalled everything(SolidCP) and reinstalled it but issue still exist. Version is 1.4.8

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(@trobinson)
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Hello,

Can you check the Windows eventlog for any further errors logged?

Regards,

Trevor

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(@kislaychandan)
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@trobinson

I found the issue. I tried again and it is working now. Its a diffrent thing I am unable to open https: site. I will try tomorrow if it works. 

 

So, I think this will be reason.Day before Yesterday I booked new domain. When I was pinging that domain then it was failing to ping, and it was pinging from shared IP in place of Public IP. So I changes some DNS configuration. 

So after reading your reply I thought to try again, and it is working.

 

By the way no error was showing in log. I have checked it before posting the question in forum as I was planning to share the screen shot of that too.

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(@trobinson)
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Hello,

There should have been atleast a error in the Application log from WACS. If not it does normally log information when its ran also.

Regards,

Trevor

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