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SSL Bindings

RE: SSL Bindings

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Hi,

What do you mean by "cannot get it to work"?

Going by your current set-up checking the SSL certificates on the domains you provided, you have it set-up right and it is working.

The https://www.site will through an error that it is an invalid certificate, which is correct as your certificate was issued to domain.com and not www.domain.com. Remember www. is technically a sub domain. If you don't want to get the invalid certificate message with your current set-up, you need to direct all your traffic through https://domain.com

Hope this helps,

Wullie

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RE: SSL Bindings

(OP)
Hello Wullie
Thank you for your reply. I had the wrong type of cert, it is all sorted now.

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