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Please follow these two steps to install your SSL certificate on C2Net Stronghold:

Install your SSL Certificate

1. If you have a temporary SSL certificate in /ServerRoot/ssl/certs/ directory, move or delete it.

2. Run the command line getca servername where servername = name created during generation of your CSR or Private Key.

3. Copy and paste the content of your SSL certificate (include the tags -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- and -----END CERTIFICATE-----) into the getca terminal window and enter Control-D or the appropriate EOF character.

Install your Intermediate Certificate

1. Download your Intermediate Certificate. Copy and paste the content in a text file with the .crt extension. Copy the file in the /ssl/certs/ directory.

2. Find and edit your httpd.conf file (usually located in /conf/). Change the SSLCACertificateFile entry so that it points to the Intermediate Certificate file as follows:

SSLCACertificateFile ss/certs/intermediate_cert.crt

3. Restart your Stronghold server.


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