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How to disable wildcard SSL by Let's Encrypt in Plesk?




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    Jason Koning (Edited )

    Thanks Leonid, so nothing else needs to be done?

    Currently, because wildcard was enabled for one of my domains, the TXT record changed each renewal. The DNS record needed to be changed for the renewal to go through.

    With this change will this be the last time the TXT record changes & will the renewal go through automatically in future?

    Or, do I need to do something further? I don't manage the DNS records for this domain currently, so getting the TXT record changed every 3 months is a pain.

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    Anton Maslov

    Jason Koning This option disables wildcard for new domains. Plesk "remembers" the last certificate type which was issued, means that it will try to renew wildcard one. You need to renew certificate manually by unchecking "wildcard" option so further it will renew also non-wildcard one.

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