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Manage Let’s Encrypt SSL – cPanel

Learn how to Mange Let’s Encrypt SSL in cPanel. This plugin allows the AutoSSL feature to retrieve certificates from the Let’s Encrypt™ provider.


Video tutorial – Manage Let’s Encrypt SSL


Step-by-step tutorial – View Let’s Encrypt SSL – cPanel

  1. Let’s Encrypt SSL

    Login to cPanel.
    Tutorial: login from the Client Area or the direct link.

    Find the Security section and click the Let’s Encrypt SSL link.

    Extilum cPanel - Security - let encript ssl

  2. Let’s Encrypt SSL

    Your domain with Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates
    Click the View button under Actions column for the domain/subdomain you want to view and manage.

    Extilum cPanel - Security - let encript ssl

  3. Let’s Encrypt SSL

    View the certificate Information for the selected domain/subdomain.

    Extilum cPanel - Security - let encript ssl

  4. Let’s Encrypt SSL

    When finished, click the Go Back button.

    Extilum cPanel - Security - let encript ssl

Step-by-step tutorial – Reinstall Let’s Encrypt SSL

  1. Your domain with Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates
    Click the Reinstall button under Actions column for the domain/subdomain you want to reinstall.
Extilum cPanel - Security - let encript ssl

2. Click the Reinstall button.

Extilum cPanel - Security - let encript ssl

3. Wait for the success message.

Extilum cPanel - Security - let encript ssl
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