Plesk SSL Certificate (Default cert when SSL enabled, CORRECT cert when SSL is disabled)

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Published on 2010-08-23T22:34:50Z Indexed on 2011/01/11 12:54 UTC
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I'm running Plesk 8.6.0:

I have an SSL cert installed through Plesk's admin interface. But I have a bit of an issue: When I enabled SSL for the site, and selected my cert, then restart httpd, Plesk defaults to using my self-signed default certificate.

Conversely, when I disable SSL support for the domain, all of a sudden Plesk is using my new SSL certificate. Unfortunately, when I try to view any folder on the site (mydomain.tld/folder) I'm simply met with a 404 (with files placed both in httpdocs and httpsdocs). I switch SSL support back on, and Plesk defaults back to the default self-signed cert and I can then view the folders that were not previously accessible.

Any ideas?

One further note: I tried following . Once I tried to restart httpd with the edited ssl.conf file, I received an httpd could not start error. I restored the original ssl.conf file, and still received the could not start error. So as of now, I am running without an ssl.conf file.

The following is the error I receive when I attempt to reintroduce ssl.conf:

Starting httpd: [Mon Aug 23 15:45:40 2010] [warn] module ssl_module is already loaded, skipping
(98)Address already in use: make_sock: could not bind to address
no listening sockets available, shutting down
Unable to open logs

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