I have set up SSL certs on my droplets before but once installed I find that any new sites on the same or even different apps moan a lot about not being certified. Is there a way to install SSL on a specific app without other apps on the same droplet (ie the same IP) being affected? Or should I just bit the bullet and put a wildcard ssl on the droplet root and add specific ssls when I map client domains to my staging sites?

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Hi Pat -

We’ve just seen this post, and we’re so sorry to have left it unaddressed until now. You and I have chatted over support ticket on other matters in the interim; however, if you still need anything on this front, please feel free to let us know via support ticket.

For anyone else reading this thread, yes, it’s definitely possible to have an SSL certificate on only some apps without affecting any others. This is assuming Nginx has not been customized, which would cause issues on a number of fronts.

The best way to receive quick information about any ServerPilot question is to open a ticket with us directly here: support[at]serverpilot[dot]io

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