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    How to install a CloudFlare Free SSL Certificate in Plesk Onyx

    I want to install SSL to my Plesk and using https for my sites, I read a post on this forum about using free SSL from Cloudflare but I could find out it again. Do you guys help me?

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    Hello,
    You can read my tutorial about how to setup Cloudflare SSL with Plesk : https://kb.virtubox.net/knowledgebase/cloudflare-origin-ssl-certificate-plesk/

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    In Crypto of Cloudflare

    I clicked on Create Certificate

    Name:  create-Certificate.png
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Size:  13.4 KB

    Next step I click on Next

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    Name:  key-format2.png
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    Should I choose why type of Key format and Web Server for Installation?

    Your tutorial doesn't show this step.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moebuntu View Post
    I want to install SSL to my Plesk and using https for my sites, I read a post on this forum about using free SSL from Cloudflare but I could find out it again. Do you guys help me?
    Can't you just do it through the Plesk gui?

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    Quote Originally Posted by R Langley View Post
    Can't you just do it through the Plesk gui?
    What do you mean?

    I do till this step on your tutorial.

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    but when clicking on Next button, I didn't know which one I should choose from those options

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    Should I leave default settings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moebuntu View Post
    What do you mean?

    I do till this step on your tutorial.

    Name:  ssl-tls-cloudflare.png
Views: 115
Size:  29.6 KB

    but when clicking on Next button, I didn't know which one I should choose from those options

    Name:  key-format3.png
Views: 116
Size:  25.4 KB

    Should I leave default settings?
    https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=How+to+install+ssl+on+plesk

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    These videos are using old version of Plesk, not Plesk Onyx and doesn't answer what I am asking above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moebuntu View Post
    These videos are using old version of Plesk, not Plesk Onyx and doesn't answer what I am asking above.
    I used Plesk awhile back I could of sworn there was a SSL/TLS button on the GUI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moebuntu View Post
    In Crypto of Cloudflare

    I clicked on Create Certificate

    Name:  create-Certificate.png
Views: 114
Size:  13.4 KB

    Next step I click on Next

    Name:  key-format1.png
Views: 127
Size:  41.3 KB

    Name:  key-format2.png
Views: 116
Size:  22.2 KB

    Should I choose why type of Key format and Web Server for Installation?

    Your tutorial doesn't show this step.
    You don't need to change the type of key or the web server for installation. You just have to copy the private key, the certificate and the root CA into Plesk.

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    If you run Windows 2012 Operating system you can install Letsencrypt Addon.Using letsencrypt you can have Free SSL For all domains !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vishnu View Post
    If you run Windows 2012 Operating system you can install Letsencrypt Addon.Using letsencrypt you can have Free SSL For all domains !
    Cloudflare certificates are valid for up to 15 years, and provide the ability to use all the Cloudflare features.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VirtuBox View Post
    Hello,
    You can read my tutorial about how to setup Cloudflare SSL with Plesk : https://kb.virtubox.net/knowledgebase/cloudflare-origin-ssl-certificate-plesk/
    I am looking for a tutorial like this and thanks you I found this
    Can you tell me how to check if SSL is enabled on my hosting or websites
    Try to my website start with https:// ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry P View Post
    I am looking for a tutorial like this and thanks you I found this
    Can you tell me how to check if SSL is enabled on my hosting or websites
    Try to my website start with https:// ?
    Yes, if it's a wordpress site, you can switch to https easily using the extension "Security Advisor"
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