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Re: lets encrypt auto renew scheduler task


Beamer
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Hi,

Can we run schedule for auto renew of letsencrypt certs every 3 months ?

has any one tried and achieved success

thanks

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Trevor Robinson
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Hello,

Normally the task to renew certificates is created and managed by win-acme. If you want to adjust it then you will see the schedule in Windows Task Scheduler on the host running Web. Normally this will auto issue a certificate every 55days to ensure you always have a certificate.

Regards,

Trevor

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Beamer
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Hi,

New Year Wishes.

I can  see 2 services running in task scheduler as below, which is correct one and other can be removed without any issue or to be corrected.

Name : win-acme renew (acme-v02.api.letsencrypt.org)win-acme renew (acme-v02.api.letsencrypt.org)
Action : C:\SolidCP\Server\bin\LetsEncrypt\wacs.exe
Result : Invalid Pointer

Name : letsencrypt-win-simple httpsacme-v01.api.letsencrypt.org
Action : C:\SolidCP\Server\bin\LetsEncrypt\letsencrypt.exe
Result : Running

Thank You

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Beamer
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Hi,

Requested response on this.

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crododo
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@hemens 

In my expiriance both should be enabled

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Trevor Robinson
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Hello,

Both can be enabled however if you run WACS.exe -> O: More options -> I: Import scheduled renewals from WACS/LEWS 1.9.x.

You can then import from LEWS and disable the task for letsencrypt.exe.

Regards,

Trevor

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