Certificate on the Administration page


(Gerald) #1


I do not know whether that is a mistake.

I noticed something, and I use LetsEncrypt certificates so it’s all so chic.

Sogo all my virtual hosts work wonderfully, but the serveradmin page on the port 980 is classified as unsafe.

It does not use the current certificate but the previous one, you just need to specify that new certifcate in the server.

Is there what?


(Michael Träumner) #2

Hi Gerald,
did you change (reissue) your certificate?

(Gerald) #3

It was the second (automatic) extension.

The course was somewhat like this:
A) first certificate created by LetsEncrypt - no problems
B) new certificate created due to domain changes (add subdomain and another domain) - no problems
C) first (automatic) renewal of the certificate - no problems
D) second (automatic) extension - certificate is accepted in Sogo, Nextcloud and all services, the administration page is rejected as invalid
There is also not the new certificate specified, but the expired.

Think it is the files in the following directory:
SSLCertificateFile /etc/pki/tls/certs/httpd-admin.crt
SSLCertificateKeyFile /etc/pki/tls/private/httpd-admin.key

These would have to be re-generated as a rule, if the certificate is extended.

(Filippo Carletti) #4

Could you please try the following command?

signal-event certificate-update

(Gerald) #5

Yes, it worked!

Thank you @filippo_carletti!