We have included native support for Lets Encrypt certificates for IIS 7 (requires dedicated IP), IIS 8/8.5 and IIS 10
For IIS 8 / 8.5 / 10 we highly recommend to enable SNI, and have your IIS bindings set to <all ip’s> ( * )
Lets encrypt is natively supported in SolidCP, this means you do not need to configure anything on the server it self, the only thing you need to enable is SSL in the hosting plan, you then go to the SSL tab inside the website and chose to install lets encrypt certificate.
It automatically renews every 60 days using Windows Tasks.
To remove a certificate or include new pointers you are required to delete the certificate (please note this might take a bit, refresh the page or jump to a different page like websites lists / space home and back to the website properties to get the Install Certificate page again).
We have included support for hyper-v 2016 nodes.
Do note that this implementation is basic functionality, the additional hyper-v 2016 features will be added over time (such as hotswap cpu/ mem, etc).
We have added a feature that now allows multiple RDS Gateways which was an requirement for different large enterprises.
If you want them separated in different regions, or simply for a large customer base, this new feature should suite many scenarios for big and small companies alike.
The new stable version is now available for download.
You can use the Automatic update script to update all your components at once.
**Please note that SolidCP portal and Enterprise require ASP.NET 4.5 minimum
Please let us know any bugs / issues / comments.
- Co-Founder and CEO of SolidCP.
- More then 15 years of experience with Windows high availability and Microsoft Exchange.
- More then 15 years of experience with Linux and Unix.
- Open source enthusiast and a large contributor for multiple Open Source projects including SolidCP.
- My current main focus of attention is Geo-Clustering and scaling.