During my in progress saga to move my websites from Mspcontrol to SolidCP, I realize the Let’s Encrypt is renewing the certificates automatically without errors, which is great! But I got two questions:
- At the SolidCP Panel, Tab ‘SSL’ in ‘Certificate Info’ section shows the wrong Expiration Date, then, if a user opens the Panel to check the certificate he will think that the certificate has not been renewed.
- The Tab ‘SSL’, when I click the button ‘Renew Certificate’ it opens the page ‘Generate Renewal Request’ instead of renew the Let’s Encrypt certificate! How can I renew the Let’s Encrypt certificate by the SolidCp panel?
I have upgraded to version 1.4.4, below are the tests:
1 – In Event Viewer I could notice that the Lets Encrypt was updated to version: Software version “220.127.116.116” (“RELEASE”)
But when I install a new certificate I have this error in Event Viewer, for x86 and x64:
2 – I tryed to install Lets Encrypt for Preview Domains, it is still not possible.
3 – Renew Lets Encrypt certificate using the button ‘Renew Certificate’ it is still showing the ‘Generate Renewal Request’:
4 – If we Install a new Lets Encrypt certificate before remove the old one, a lot of erros happen, for example:
to delete the Lets Encrypt certificate, it shows the error:
“Error deleting certificate”
Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
at SolidCP.EnterpriseServer.WebServerController.DeleteCertificate(Int32 siteId, SSLCertificate certificate)
The ‘Certificate Info’ section, became blank
But in version 1.4.3, when I install a new Lets Encrypt certificate the system override the old certificate with the new one, doing in this way I was able to “renew” the certificate as the button ‘Renew Certificate’ doesn’t work.
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