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Currently, all my certificates gets generated at “/etc/letsencrypt/live” . I want to change this to a custom centralized path, so that certificates for all domains are generated at this new centralized path.
Furthermore, these new certificates generated at new custom path should get renewed automatically using cron. Is this possible? I assume using cli.ini but I am not sure how to use it as I am not able to find it under " /etc/letsencrypt"
My suggestion would be to create symbolic links from your custom path to the files in
/etc/letsencrypt/live/, as this would be the most easiest solution.
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