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To purchase and install an SSL:
- Log in to your CoreCommerce admin
- Click on Username (Account) > Services> Secure Certificate
- You will need to fill out the form below on this page.
- This will generate a support ticket shortly after the form has been submitted.
- You will see something like SSL Certificate Transfer (#xxxxxx-xxxxxx) in your open tickets under Username (Account) > My Tickets> SSL Certificate Transfer
- A support tech will respond back to the ticket with the CSR key, which you must input at your SSL Host (Godaddy - SecureServer) when setting up your SSL.
- Login to your Godaddy (SecureServer) account. After you have purchased the SSL,
- SSL & Security > My SSL Certificates > Set up or Manage
- If setting up the SSL for the first time you will need to upload a verification file via your store's FTP - Click here for instructions.
- Once verified click the 'check for updates' button. Shortly after you will see Download | Rekey & Manage | HIstory
- Click the Rekey & Manage > Re-key certificate
- Paste in the CSR that you received from CoreCommerce
- Save > Submit All Saved Changes
- Shortly after Godaddy (Secure Server) will have verified and provide you with the Download
- Click Download > Server type: Apache
- A zip file will download to your computer.
- Attach this file to the ticket from which you copied the CSR from in your Corecommerce admin.
(You may be presented with multiple Apache choices. Some possibilities include but are not limited to:
"Apache + OpenSSL" [or just "Open"], "Apache + MOD SSL" [or just "MOD"], "Apache + Raven" [or just "Raven"], "Apache + SSLeay" [or just "SSLeavy"], "Apache 2", "Apache + ApacheSSL" [or just "ApacheSSL"]. If this happens, keep in mind that CoreCommerce uses Apache + OpenSSL so you should select the "Apache + OpenSSL" or just "Open" option.)
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