Thank you in advance as any help for little that it might seem is welcome. After the end of the validity period, the certificate is no longer considered an acceptable or usable credential.Is there a way I can somehow "uncache" the certificate, or otherwise get a browser to display the new expiration date so I can tell if it's all working? There's no proxy being used in this case though, so I'm still at a loss. I tried clearing the cache in the browser but it didn't help. I'm on Win7 64-bit, [email protected]: Thanks for the link.If you’re able to use one of these providers, see purchasing an SSL cert with DNSimple or the Dev Center article on Expedited SSL for instructions.
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I just renewed the SSL certificate for a domain and installed the new files on my AWS server running Apache. I restarted Apache already actually, but it didn't help.
All appears to be ok, but the browser still shows the old expiration date. But that link showed me how to use openssl to view the certificate being issued by Apache, and I verified that it is indeed the new cert, and that the expiration date is the new one.