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  • #9054
     Ho Shan Yeow 
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    When creating or deleting a Let’s Encrypt SSL on one website, it will alter the SSL of another website.

    Because all are using share IP, the wrong website will appear when query a website.

    In summary, the binding of another website will be altered when adding or deleting a SSL in a website.
    I would consider this case very serious and hope to find out the bug soon.

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    #9055
     Herold 
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    Same bug as https://mspcontrol.org/forums/topic/deleted-https-443-bindings/

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    #9057
     Ho Shan Yeow 
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    Hi, I can see one issue where SNI is not selected in IIS binding when add SSL via MSCP.

    Even though we have enable SNI in MSCP > SERVER > IIS.

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    #9068
     MSPControl 
    Keymaster

    This should be fixed in 1.0.0.6332+

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    #9088
     Herold 
    Member

    Still not fixed 🙁

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    #9097
     Ho Shan Yeow 
    Member

    Hi, when I create a new SSL for a new website, even though I enable SNI in MSPControl > Server > IIS.

    It doesn’t enable SNI in IIS, this will mess up other websites that have SNI and SSL installed.

    Other website SSL will show as unsigned.

    So the main problem here is, even though I enable SNI in the control panel’s setting, it doesn’t enable SNI in IIS when I create a new SSL account.

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    #9100
     Herold 
    Member

    Same here …

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    #9131
     MSPControl 
    Keymaster

    This is fixed in latest.

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