SSL certificates update

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When our SSL certificate is installed, you won’t be able to see the “install setting” details from the left side menu like we use to.
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Example below is for the [html]tcuharrisresea[/html] install:

  • The SSL link takes you to this page: https://my.wpengine.com/installs/tcuharrisresea/ssl_certificates
  • In order to see the SSL install settings, remove _certificates from the end of the above URL, so that it looks like this: https://my.wpengine.com/installs/tcuharrisresea/ssl
  • You will now be able to see the install settings. Once the install settings are complete, the ssl settings will be editable.

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