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Cannot issue Let's Encrypt certificate in Plesk: Error creating new authz :: Policy forbids issuing for name

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    Jordan Dayton

    Is there any way to find out WHY a domain is blacklisted?

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    Hüppe Keith

    I get this error on Amazon light sail and I have to manually update my ssl every month. I'm pretty sure other users are in the same boat as me.

    This is a straight up LIE. My website is down and plesk knows it. I've been trying to find a workaround for this issue but the only thing I can think of is moving out of amazon lightsail.

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello Jordan Dayton

    To clarify this I can suggest contacting Let's Encrypt.

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello @Hüppe Keith

    As I understand, you get the same error as in this article but you're able to issue a certificate manually. This issue it to be investigated. Amazon Lightsail instances are supported directly by Plesk. Please, submit a support request.

     

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