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#Run the following command (in my case a manual install of certbot-auto was required).  Ensure the -d list includes all domains you want in the updated certificate<br />''sudo ./certbot-auto certonly --cert-name steamforge.net -w /var/www/html -d steamforge.net,irc.steamforge.net,teamspeak.steamforge.net,wiki.steamforge.net,mqtt.steamforge.net --expand''
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#Run the following command (in my case a manual install of certbot-auto was required).  Ensure the -d list includes all domains you want in the updated certificate.  Change the --cert-name and -d domains to match your usecase <pre>sudo ./certbot-auto certonly --cert-name steamforge.net -w /var/www/html -d steamforge.net,wiki.steamforge.net --expand</pre>
#Choose an authentication option.  I prefer 3 (Place files in webroot directory)
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#Choose an authentication option.  I prefer '''3''' (Place files in webroot directory)
#enter "U" to indicate you want to update your certificates.
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#enter '''U''' to indicate you want to update your certificates.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:03, 9 July 2019

How to an Update Existing Certificate

  1. Run the following command (in my case a manual install of certbot-auto was required). Ensure the -d list includes all domains you want in the updated certificate. Change the --cert-name and -d domains to match your usecase
    sudo ./certbot-auto certonly --cert-name steamforge.net -w /var/www/html -d steamforge.net,wiki.steamforge.net --expand
  2. Choose an authentication option. I prefer 3 (Place files in webroot directory)
  3. enter U to indicate you want to update your certificates.