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Unable to issue a Let's Encrypt certificate in Plesk: The authorization token is not available

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    Wael Alsail

    In my case the application pool acme-challenge stops when the authorization token URL is accessed via a web browser because "Enable 32-Bit Applications" was set to "True".
    Set it to "False" resolved my issue.

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    Julian Bonpland Mignaquy

    Hi Wael Alsail, the issue you are describing seems slightly different. I will test it and create the necessary documentation.

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