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A Let's Encrypt certificate cannot be installed with the fallowing error message:
PLESK_ERROR: The authorization token is not available at http://example.com/page1/WZHzw8e9HGAqMz-Kvu76RvNc9OiqiXZ-ee1AjTGrjkM. The token file 'D:\domains\example.com\httpdocs\\page1\WZHzw8e9HGAqMz-Kvu76RvNc9OiqiXZ-ee1AjTGrjkM' is either unreadable or does not have the read permission. To resolve the issue, correct the permissions on the token file to make it is possible to download it via the above URL.
In Plesk > Domains > example.com > Hosting Settings, the domain is assigned to one IP address, but globally it is resolved to another IP address, which can be checked with the help of MX Toolbox DNS checker.
Incorrect DNS settings on domain registrar's side.
Contact your domain registrar to set up DNS settings to match the IP address that is assigned in Plesk.
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