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wapumts
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I try to enter the site hosted in the VPS with webuzo installed
with https: // address

certificate expired
how to renew?
thank you
I'm waiting
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peopleinside
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Hi,
are you using a let's Encrypt certificate?

If yes you can renew it from let's encrypt utility in Webuzo.
https://www.webuzo.com/wiki/Lets_Encrypt

If you are using an external certificate you have to renew the certificate on that site than install the new in Webuzo:
https://www.webuzo.com/wiki/Install_SSL_Certificate


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Elizine
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From your title of the post, it looks like there is a problem with the cache of SSL certificate. Please follow the steps below to clear the cache -
1.Press Windows Key + R then type “inetcpl.cpl” and hit Enter to open Internet Properties.
2.Switch to Content tab, then click on Clear SSL state and then click OK.
3.Now click Apply followed by OK.
4.Reboot your PC to save changes.

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berklamer
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This error message from Google Chrome Browser is one of the most common problems that everyone faces in our day to day life. Google Chrome warns you whenever it finds out any abnormal tracks taken while you browse things on the web. If you are getting the SSL error  in chrome, it means your Internet connection or your computer is preventing Chrome from loading the page securely and privately. However, there are few changes or settings which help you to get rid you of this error.

    Check System Date and Time
    Disable Antivirus SSL Connection
    Clear Cookies and Cached Files
    Reset Chrome Browser
    Open Chrome in Incognito Mode
    Expired SSL Certificates
    Update Chrome Browser

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