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My operating system is (include version): QNAP
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My hosting provider, if applicable, is: Microsoft O365
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Hello Lets Encrypt,
Last week we took over a customer with the following Setup using lets encrypt. Sadly for me it is not clear how lets encrypt works, and already in 14 days the certificate will run out.
Goal: Renew the certificate from the customers NAS.
Setup: External users access the QNAP NAS using the address: share.bioversys.com.
The NAS uses the lets encrypt certificate which needs to be refreshed.
The DNS service is being provided by Microsoft O365.
The used Hoster is currently unknown from my side. Will need to check with the customer if required
If I understand correctly, I can either perform the tasks with and without shell access to the domainhosting. But as the NAS (share.bioversys.com) is using the lets encrypt certificate and not a homepage I am abit unsure what the procedure is.
Would be great if someone can understand my situation. Thanks