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I have bought an SSL certificate, but I'm having some trouble installing it.

I have received a CRT certificate file:

----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----
.....
----END CERTIFICATE------

And a CA ROOT file:

----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----
.....
----END CERTIFICATE------

----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----
.....
----END CERTIFICATE------

So I go to my Plesk interface to Home => Domains => thedomain.com => SSL certificates

And I have to fill out the form, one with the label Certificate and the other with Certificate CA, so I pasted the CRT in the first and the other in the second.

At this point I obtain a warning saying:

class_sslcertificate__ca_not_signs_warn

Is this normal or am I doing something wrong ?

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That's a pretty cryptic error; seems to be saying that the certificate is not signed? Can you run it through an openssl verify to make sure that CA is actually the signer of that certificate? –  Shane Madden Feb 6 '12 at 17:22

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I don't know how helpful it is, but the message should be "Warning: the CA certificate does not sign the certificate.". According to this thread it might work if you posted all parts together into CA certificate field.

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