In previous article we understood How to generate CSR on Zeus Server. Now we are going to discuss on SSL certificate Installation Process on Zeus Server. Kindly follow below steps properly to get your certificate installed on Zeus Web Server.
Install SSL certificate on Zeus server:
Once you enroll for SSL certificate, the SSL provider will send you three files (primary certificate, intermediate certificate and root certificate). You just have to copy all text of these files into a single text file and save on your server. It will look like:
—–BEGIN CERTIFICATE—– (Your Primary SSL certificate: yourdomainname.crt) —–END CERTIFICATE—– —–BEGIN CERTIFICATE—– (Your Intermediate certificate: certificateauthority.crt) —–END CERTIFICATE—– —–BEGIN CERTIFICATE—– (Your Root certificate: root.crt) —–END CERTIFICATE—–
Now, Login to the Zeus web server, select SSL certificate on the left side under Admin section,
You will have certificate set, under Signing Actions column, select ‘Generate CSR’ or ‘Replace Certificate’.
Now, you can see certificate box where you have to copy the text from saved text editor and paste in the box.
Click on Ok button.
Click on “Accept this Certificate” button in “Verifying the New certificate” label.
Now, assign the certificate to the website for that, click on Home button on the left side.
Tick the box that is near to your domain name and click on Configure button.
You are now on the new screen showing SSL configuration summary in which you need to enable SSL.
Tick mark “SSL is enabled” box and on the same screen, select the certificate name from “select an SSL certificate set to use” drop down menu.
Apply changes and restart the web server.
After installing SSL certificate on Zeus web server, you need to check with SSL installation checker that will give idea about its proper configuration issue (if any). Our support team is always ready to help you in any difficulty happen between SSL certificate selections to SSL certificate Installation Process.
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