[BUG] Unable to issue or renew a Let's Encrypt SSL certificate: 403 unauthorized

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    Urban Abode

    Is there any fix on Obsidian 18.0.23 for this?

     

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    Bulat Tsydenov

    @Urban Abode

    Hi,
    this bug has not been fixed yet. Does the workaround mentioned in the article work for you?

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    Urban Abode

    Thanks for the reply. I ended up getting it done but it was not as straight forward as it use to be. The SSL/TLs Certificates show as not secured in the extension and there is no Lets encrypt extension showing but the site its self is showing lock and by all accounts looks like its working.

    Thanks Bulat Tsydenov

     

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    Pedro Telmo

    did not work the workaround solution.

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    Anzhelika Khapaknysh

    @Pedro Telmo,

    There is a chance, that the cause of the issue you've met isn't a bug.
    Please check similar articles in the knowledge base.

    If nothing works, consider contacting our Tech Support Team.

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    Marc

    Hi,

    Just performing an update in Lets Encrypt is not enough at our Enviroment. We use external DNS-Delegation. 
    We would have to renew the TXT entry in the external DNS too, because the previous entry would be invalid.
    We manage more than 150 domains, it would be a lot of work to renew the _acme-challenge entries for all wildcards.
    Until the fix we deactivated the wildcard entry. 
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    Ekaterina Babenko

    Hello,
    It is true that when using external DNS to install/update properly wildcard certificate it is required to update TXT record manually.
    If you want this operation to be done automatically use Plesk DNS instead.

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