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Hi,

I have a client who has their domain registered through rebel.com. I recommended they install a SSL on their site. I followed all the DNS settings etc to ensure the domain points to the Squarespace hosted site. The lock is enabled and within Squarespace it all looks good but on the domain end they want me to upload a Certificate Signing Request file.

How do I get this from my Squarespace site? The knowledge base doesn't offer insight on this.

Thank you!

TJ

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2 hours ago, TaraJoy said:

I have a client who has their domain registered through rebel.com. I recommended they install a SSL on their site...on the domain end they want me to upload a Certificate Signing Request file. How do I get this from my Squarespace site?

On Squarespace, SSL is built-in and is enabled/disabled in Settings > Advanced > SSL. After you have enabled it here, there's nothing else to do. You don't need to make any changes "on the domain end".

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