To secure your Plesk interface (version ≥10) with a signed SSL certificate:

  • Login to your Plesk interface as "admin"

 

  • If using the Service Provider view, go to Tools & Settings -> SSL Certificates
  • If using the Power User view, go to Server -> SSL Certificates

 

  • If you do not yet have a certificate, click "Add SSL Certificate" to generate a CSR.  Purchase a certificate from your SSL vendor and install it using this interface.
  • If you have an existing certificate, copy it's certificate & private key data to this interface using "Add SSL Certificate".

 

  • Your certificate should now be listed under "Certificates".  Select it's checkbox and click "Secure the Panel".
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