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How to install Let's Encrypt certificate for domain alias in Plesk?
A separate certificate only for the domain alias cannot be created or uploaded. Instead, create a new Let's Encrypt certificate for the main domain and specify the alias to secure:
II. Create a new certificate:
- Go to Websites & Domains > Let's Encrypt.
- Specify email address of domain owner.
- Specify if you want to include an alternative domain name for the domain and each selected alias, for example:
www.example.comfor example.com. It is recommended to select this checkbox.
- Specify if you want to include webmail, for example:
webmail.example.com. It is recommended to select this checkbox.
- Select the domain alias to secure and click Install:
III. Secure the main domain with it's aliases:
- Go to Websites & Domains and click Hosting Settings.
- Select the SSL/TLS support checkbox.
- Select the newly issued Let's Encrypt certificate from the Certificate menu, and click OK.
To secure domain alias with a paid certificate, contact a certificate provider to add the alias name to the certificate as the subject alternative name (SAN). Then, secure the main domain with this certificate as described here.