Domain showing wrong certificate

#21

What had worked? I use Windows 2012, but never had such a problem.

Your certificate has only one domain name ( https://check-your-website.server-daten.de/?q=jdcounselling.co.uk ):

CN=www.jdcounselling.co.uk
	07.05.2019
	05.08.2019
expires in 81 days	www.jdcounselling.co.uk - 1 entry

So your non-www version isn’t secure.

Domainname Http-Status redirect Sec. G
http://jdcounselling.co.uk/
217.68.242.220 301 https://jdcounselling.co.uk/ 2.057 A
http://www.jdcounselling.co.uk/
217.68.242.220 301 https://www.jdcounselling.co.uk/ 1.857 A
https://jdcounselling.co.uk/
217.68.242.220 301 https://www.jdcounselling.co.uk/ 3.106 N
Certificate error: RemoteCertificateNameMismatch
https://www.jdcounselling.co.uk/
217.68.242.220 200 3.314 B

Create one certificate with both domain names and use that with two bindings.

Or create a second certificate with the non-www domain name and use that (I don’t know if your client has such options).

#22

I removed the certificate for the other domain it was picking up, and it reverted to it’s own certificate. When I create a certificate it has in the past created a certificate for both the www, and the non www. domain names, I’m not sure how to create a certificate for just the non www. domain alias as they both currently point at the same certificate.

SHould I just remove the certificate and try again?

Regards
Pete

#23

That’s

the better solution if your ACME-client you use support that.

So create one certificate with both domain names.

#24

BTW, I’m still getting an error when the automated certificate renewal rins as in the screenshot.

Pete