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Serv-U: How to renew SSL certificate

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Updated: June 12, 2018


This article provides steps on how to renew an SSL certificate on Serv-U. These instructions are applicable to both Microsoft Windows© and Linux.


  • Serv-U with SSL


If you have renewed the SSL cert based on the existing CSR, simply replace the CRT file with the new one. If you have a completely new certificate based on a new CSR, then follow the instructions at Configure Serv-U to use SSL.

  1. Log in to the Serv-U administrator console.
  2. Click Limits & Settings.
  3. Click the Encryption tab.
  4. Locate the certificate path and copy the new public key you received from the CA into that same directory.
  5. If you received the CA certificate (Chain), copy it to the CA (Certificate Authority) certificate path.



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