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Some links on using and updating Let’s Encrypt certificates for internal servers

Posted by jpluimers on 2022/02/01

Sometimes it is easier to have current and public CA signed TLS certificates for internal servers than to setup and maintain an internal CA and register it on all affected browsers (including mobile phones).

One of my reasons to investigate this is that Chrome refuses to save credentials on servers that have no verifiable TLS certificate, see my post Some links on Chrome not prompting to save passwords (when Firefox and Safari do) about a week ago.

Below are some links for my link archive that hopefully will allow me to do this with Let’s Encrypt (msot via [Wayback] letsencrypt for internal servers – Google Search):

Since I need this for ESXi:

–jeroen

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