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How to make domains to use new default certificate if the old one is expired?

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    Dan

    but how can I update this if I can't get into Plesk? (because the certificate has expired therefore I'm blocked from logging in)

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    Julian Bonpland Mignaquy

    Dan Could you try accessing via port 8880? http://example.com:8880

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    Dan

    Hi Julian, I couldn't get in with 8880 (even after opening it up on the Firewall), however I used the IP and I was able to get in (https://nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn:8443/).

    Thanks for your help

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    TDA IT Dept

    Did the default thing. The old cert is deleted. Still showing up on the site. 

    Nice.

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