How to Enable AutoSSL (Let's Encrypt) in cPanel

To make it easier to get in touch with us, from the 24th of March 2016 all support tickets will need to be submitted from your Crucial Control Panel.

Let's Encrypt (Free SSL Certificates) should be enabled automatically by default. However if it isn't, there is a way to enable it manually from cPanel.

 

Step 1 - From cPanel, select SSL/TLS Status


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Step 2 - Make sure the boxes are ticked for the domains/subdomains you want a SSL for and click Run AutoSSL

Note 1: You may have to wait 1hr for the free SSL to apply
Note 2: If under the list of domains, the chosen domain/subdomain has + Include during AutoSSL under the Certificate Status, available, make sure to click that first.

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If you have any problems, click here for our guide on fixing autossl problems.

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