How to make letsencrypt certificate listed in Adobe AATL?

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How to make letsencrypt certificate listed in Adobe AATL?
please help


Hi @winanjaya

you can create a certificate you can use with your website.

Start there

then select a client.

But this

may not work. There is an Adobe list:

Letsencrypt isn't listed.

But IdenTrust is, so you may be able to use the existing Let’s Encrypt trust chain for another year or so.


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