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Cannot renew wildcard Let's Encrypt certificate: TXT record could not be created automatically.

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    Carlos Martínez Gadea

    I have the same situation and have had it for some years now. I always to what you suggested, I manually edit the TXT record on my external DNS zone (in the OVH company's panel) and then I manually re-issue the certificate. Although this works fine, it's a pity it can't work as it works automatically with a single certificate.

    I think this happens because the DNS is handled by my domain provider (OVH). How can I delegate this into my Plesk server so the DNS entries that are in Plesk are the ones that rule?

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    Julian Bonpland Mignaquy

    Carlos Martínez Gadea If you want to manage DNS from Plesk you can refer here https://support.plesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360021907393--How-to-use-DNS-with-a-Plesk-server. You will need to point your NSs in OVH to Plesk. Please check the first section of the article.

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    Greg Wright

    This really is a pain in the butt. Why does it have to change the TXT record every time it renews? I renewed a whole bunch of certs today and then still got the notice about 6 hours later that it can't renew even though they were already renewed.

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