I installed the default certificate that was auto-generated into the https setup. I shouldn’t have messed around with this, because currently, my server is completely behind a firewall anyway. But that’s what I did. I can no longer access the server through chrome. It gives me the error NET::ERR_CERT_INVALID. I accessed the server through edge, and that works. I created a new self-signed certificate, and imported that, but I still can’t access through chrome. Right now, I just want to turn off https access completely, but I can’t figure out how to de-import that certificate. I can’t disable the https admin port in system admin port management. I don’t know how to disable apache. What should I do?
Your problem is right there. You created a self-signed certificate. Chrome does not like self signed certificates. Just click “advanced” in the chrome screen and it will let you continue
Can I get rid of the certificate completely and turn off https? Chrome won’t let me continue even if I click advanced. If I delete the certificate in the manager, it is still imported into the apache config? I had changed the hostname on my server earlier on, could this be causing the problems? I really need some help with this. I can’t find documentation anywhere on how to turn off https.
What ended up working was to comment out the following lines in /etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.conf like so:
It seems to have disabled https, I just hope this won’t cause any other problems. I’ll update here if it does.
If I end up adding external access, I will probably get a certificate from LetsEncrypt, but until then, this seems to have worked.
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