It’s a Windows Schedule, single one for all certs. It’s not a SolidCP task.
When you successfully created your first certificate it will build it in
Windows via the powershell scripts that’s bundled with l […]
Ram, we had the same error and was able to resolve it by completely deleting the SolidCP Server folder on the IIS server and installing 1.4 Server manually with the latest Zip. Seems some upgrades somewhere along […]
Ye thanks for all your help, its appreciated.
I realised there must be an upgrade gone wrong somewhere once I saw the referenced dll versions were wrong. So I deleted the server directory and did a fresh install […]
Looking into this some more, it appears to be trying to use the iis7 dll instead of the iis8 one to carry out the domain authentication via the “create temporary application in IIS” method of certificate […]
It is a SolidCP error as far as I can tell.
If I unzip the letsencrypt-win-simple into a fresh new directory on the server and run it manually it works fine and can successfully create and bind certificates […]
In the upcoming version could you please add an extra option of “No Managed Code” to the Website > Extensions > ASP.NET version dropdown.
Some users need this to run .Net Core in their application pools.