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403 Forbidden when using a dir wildcard

I am using a wild card so that I do not have to create a dir listing for each folder I create I can access folder.dev/index.html correctly but when I try to access folder.dev I am getting a 403based ...
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Can I use a single SSLCertificateFile for all my VirtualHosts instead of creating one of it for each VirtualHost?

I have many Apache VirtualHosts for each of which I use a dedicated SSLCertificateFile. This is an configuration example of a VirtualHost: <VirtualHost *:443> ServerName ...
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Setting Up Multiple Domains (plus wildcard subdomains) to Point to the Same Site/VirtualHost

I have my primary domain with wildcard subdomains setup already. username.maindomain.com and maindomain.com I want to provide my users with additional domains that they can select. additional1.com, ...
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Apache2 VirtualHost auto subdomain

I just got myself a brand new Linux-server (Debian Stable). The server is primarily used for webhosting and webdevelopment. I installed Apache2, PHP5 and MySQL and it all works. The way I organize ...
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Wildcard DNS, VirtualHosts on apache2, 404 for unused subdomains

On an Apache2 server linked to by a DNS that includes a wildcard entry, e.g. *.example.com, subdomains that are not defined as ServerNames in any VirtualHosts point to the first defined VirtualHost, ...
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Wildcards in Virtual Hosts with dynamic logs?

My Apache Virtual Hosts config currently has several repeats of this; <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName example1.com ServerAlias www.example1.com DocumentRoot /home/example1.com/www ...
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VirtualHosts with wildcard Domain Names subdomain.*

I am trying to setup Virtual Hosts on Apache that react to the certain subdomains but any domain name Such as subxdomain.* so any domain that points to the machine along with the subxdomain would ...