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control-panels:cpanel-whm:how-do-i-install-my-signed-ssl-certificate-in-cpanel [2019/10/10 15:11]
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-This tutorial is written using the 'Paper Latern' theme as a Reseller/root user, so your front end of cPanel may differ slightly, however the basics should be the same. This tutorial also assumes that you've already generated a CSR and have received the signed SSL Certificate from your SSL Certificate Authority. //( Read [[https://www.knownhost.com/wiki/control-panels/cpanel-whm/how-do-i-generate-a-csr-for-my-ssl-certificate-with-cpanel|How to Generate a CSR with cPanel]] )//+This tutorial is written using the 'Paper Latern' theme as a Reseller/root user, so your front end of cPanel may differ slightly, however the basics should be the same. This tutorial also assumes that you've already generated a CSR and have received the signed SSL Certificate from your SSL Certificate Authority. //( Read [[control-panels:cpanel-whm:how-do-i-generate-a-csr-for-my-ssl-certificate-with-cpanel|How to Generate a CSR with cPanel]] )//
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 ==== Installing a signed SSL Certificate with cPanel ====  ==== Installing a signed SSL Certificate with cPanel ==== 
  
 You should receive an email/link providing your signed SSL Certificate from the signing authority. Typically the email will provide a text copy or a .zip including files that can be opened with any text editor to see formatted text similar to this: You should receive an email/link providing your signed SSL Certificate from the signing authority. Typically the email will provide a text copy or a .zip including files that can be opened with any text editor to see formatted text similar to this:
-<code>-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----+<code> 
 +-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----
 MIIDIzCCAgugAwIBAgIFAOUYN94wDQYJKoZIhvcNAQEFBQAwKjEOMAwGA1UEAwwF MIIDIzCCAgugAwIBAgIFAOUYN94wDQYJKoZIhvcNAQEFBQAwKjEOMAwGA1UEAwwF
 a2Iua2gxGDAWBgkqhkiG9w0BCQEWCXNzbEBrYi5raDAeFw0xNDA5MTIyMjU3MjJa a2Iua2gxGDAWBgkqhkiG9w0BCQEWCXNzbEBrYi5raDAeFw0xNDA5MTIyMjU3MjJa
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     * https://<yourserversip>:2083 or http://<yourserversip>:2082     * https://<yourserversip>:2083 or http://<yourserversip>:2082
   - In the top search box (may be on the left depending what cPanel theme you use) enter 'SSL' in the box, or scroll down to the SSL/TLS icon, under "Security". Select the "SSL/TLS" icon to proceed.   - In the top search box (may be on the left depending what cPanel theme you use) enter 'SSL' in the box, or scroll down to the SSL/TLS icon, under "Security". Select the "SSL/TLS" icon to proceed.
-    * {{:control-panels:cpanel-whm:install-signed-ssl-cpanel-search-box.png?nolink&800|}} + 
-  You should now see a list of options to choose from to proceed. +{{:control-panels:cpanel-whm:install-signed-ssl-cpanel-search-box.png?nolink&1200|}} 
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 +  You should now see a list of options to choose from to proceed. 
     * Click the "Manage SSL sites" link, under "Install and Manage SSL for your site (HTTPS)".     * Click the "Manage SSL sites" link, under "Install and Manage SSL for your site (HTTPS)".
-    * {{:control-panels:cpanel-whm:install-signed-ssl-cpanel-ssltls-options.png?nolink&800|}} + 
-  You'll be redirected to the next page for installing the SSL Certificate. +{{:control-panels:cpanel-whm:install-signed-ssl-cpanel-ssltls-options.png?nolink&1200|}} 
-    {{:control-panels:cpanel-whm:install-signed-ssl-cpanel-select-input-ssl-certificate.png?nolink&800|}}+ 
 +  You'll be redirected to the next page for installing the SSL Certificate. 
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 +{{:control-panels:cpanel-whm:install-signed-ssl-cpanel-select-input-ssl-certificate.png?nolink&1200|}} 
       - Scroll down on the page until you see the domain drop down box.       - Scroll down on the page until you see the domain drop down box.
       - Select the correct corresponding domain name for the SSL Certificate.       - Select the correct corresponding domain name for the SSL Certificate.
-      - Paste the signed SSL Certificate text (//as referenced originally in this article//) in the empty box denoting, "**Certificate (CRT)**".+      - Paste the signed SSL Certificate text (//as referenced originally in this article//) in the empty box denoting,  
 +"**Certificate (CRT)**".
       - Once pasting the certificate text in this box, an optional button may appear, "Autofill by Certificate", you may choose that as well.       - Once pasting the certificate text in this box, an optional button may appear, "Autofill by Certificate", you may choose that as well.
       - The Private Key should be automatically pasted/matched into the next box, however if not leaving it blank should still find the corresponding key if to proper original steps were followed.       - The Private Key should be automatically pasted/matched into the next box, however if not leaving it blank should still find the corresponding key if to proper original steps were followed.
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 That was easy, eh? That was easy, eh?
  
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