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Sorry if this is a dumb question, but I'm new to SSL. When I called Network Solutions, and asked if they support SSL certificates from other sources (they sell their own), the customer service rep told me "You can get SSL certificates through other sites, but even if you use Let's Encrypt, we will still charge you $59.99 to install it on the server. I asked is it possible for me to install it, if I figured it out, and she said "No, our engineers need to install files to get it to work, so we will charge you $59.99 no matter what." So I figured I would ask here, if anyone knew if that was true, or she was just trying to sell me their brand of SSL. Any ideas?