Install my SSL certificate
Required: This article is for customers that have already requested their SSL, downloaded their SSL files and are ready to install those files onto their server. If you haven’t done those things, here are some resources for you.
- If you have purchased an SSL certificate but have not requested it for your domain, go to Request my SSL certificate.
- If you're thinking about adding an SSL certificate to your site and want to learn about what it can do for you, take a look at Get an SSL certificate.
After you've downloaded your certificate files, you can install them on your server.
Note: If you do not see your server or specific OS version in this list, please refer to your server documentation to install your SSL and then Redirect HTTP to HTTPS automatically.
If you're using Managed WordPress or Websites + Marketing, your SSL certificate is automatically installed for you.
SSL certificate installation instructions
Most popular servers
- Apache (CentOS)
- Apache (Ubuntu)
- Microsoft Exchange Server 2016
- Microsoft IIS 10
- Microsoft IIS 8
- Microsoft IIS 7
- AWS Server
- Microsoft Azure Web App
- Cisco ASA 5500 VPN/Firewall
- Google App Engine
- Intel vPro
- Microsoft Exchange Server 2013
- Nginx on CentOS
- Parallels Plesk Panel