I'm trying to set up a second SSL key on a shared server. We have SSL defined as a whole for the server on the server document, but we now have one customer that wants their own unique SSL key. I have created a virtual server (instead of a virtual host) for the SSL domain, but when you pull up the site using SSL, it's still trying to use the primary key defined on the server doc. How do I get around this to define multiple keys on the server?
Hmmm. It should work. I have done this before, exactly as you described. I created a second key, and then I went into my virtual server document and told it to use that second key. The only caveat is that you must restart the HTTP task after you make the changes. It won't happen on the fly. I am also assuming you have a separate IP address for the virtual server. That is a necessity. If this doesn't work, please let us know.
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