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Unable to issue Let's Encrypt certificate when Let's Encrypt extension is in standalone mode

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    Peter Milford

    every update to Plesk I have to go rerun this to fix this error.  Just had to run it again after updating to 18.0.38 this last week. SSLIT is disabled.

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    Yulia Plokhotnikova

    Hello @Peter Milford,

    Could you try to enable SSLIt extension instead or remove it and then disable the Common Challenge Directory ( 1st or 3rd solution)?

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