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    Post Can't view/change SSL certs on accounts with Secondary domains

    On an account with a dedicated IP and SSL enabled, it seems you can't view/change/delete existing SSL certificates (or add new ones) if secondary domains are added under the account.

    Account with secondary domains: http://www.fr3d.org/ss/lando/InterWo...efox_41409.png

    Account without any secondary domains: http://www.fr3d.org/ss/lando/InterWo...efox_18430.png

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    That's interesting. I think you should open up a support ticket on this one - I can't reproduce it.

    https://dl.dropbox.com/u/10832282/iw...SL-Observe.png

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    Thanks - I've opened a ticket :-)

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    Alright. This was neat. The IP for fr3d.org was marked as Shared in NodeWorx's Server > IP Management > System IPs.

    It's set as Dedicated again and SSL is working.

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    Great stuff, thanks

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    I've opened a ticket :-)...???



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    Hi challpagal

    I hope you don't mind, but what is your exact issue.

    If it relates to this post, I suspect it was corrected and you need to goto your primary siteworx account, and top right, it states managing yourdomain,url, you can change this to manage your secondary domain and I believe access SSL, but I have not tried it myself sorry.

    If you could update your post after it has been resolved, it may help other users.

    Many thanks

    John

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