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    Expired Certificate

    Hi,

    I've been informed that the certificate we use for HTTPS access to HAP+ has expired. I previously used the free one from StartSSL as recommended but cannot remember how to update the cert in IIS8.

    Can anyone shed some light?

    Regards,

    Michael

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    With StartSSL your best bet is to create a new Cert Request.

    Also try asking your LA if they offer the free JA.net certs, which are multiyear

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    We used upscale, which offer free 2 year education certificates. Just renewed again for free for another 2 years.

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    @Zebadee - Upscale?? Can't seem to find any information about Certs...Can you point me in the right direction?

    Thanks,

    Michael

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    Hi @nickbro,

    I've tried to do a new CSR request at StartSSL, but when I enter the subdomain it says the following.

    Domain Exists
    A certificate with domain home.mydomain.com already exists at Class 1 level.
    Please try it again and choose a different (sub) domain, upgrade your validation status to a higher level or request revocation of the existing certificate at the Tool Box.
    Shall I just choose another subdomain and point it to hap.mydomain.com or can I still stick with home as staff already know this url.

    Regards,

    Michael

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    Ok, odd, in IIS you should be able to produce a Cert Renew Request

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    Quote Originally Posted by linkazoid View Post
    @Zebadee - Upscale?? Can't seem to find any information about Certs...Can you point me in the right direction?
    Not sure where 'upscale' came from. Must have been stupid predictive text on my phone! The company we get our certificates from is called ipsCA.

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    HaHa, Bloody Autocorrect!.. Cheers anyway, did look at them, but managed to solve the issue with StartSSL.

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