A valid Root CA Certificate could not be located

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My domain is: www.bel.com

My web server is (include version): 4D v19R3

Simple question, and I don't necessarily need support, but I just renewed/replaced a certificate but I am currently getting an error about the full chain missing the root CA.. is this a problem? I'm using the Geocerts SSL Checker.

Or does this have to do with the Let's Encrypt root expiry?


No, that is the default "long" chain.

It can cause some difficulty to some systems [that try to validate the entire chain].
If you are having such trouble, you could switch to using the "short" chain.

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