My domain is: www.wecare4air.com
My web server is (include version): IIS and a Wix site, arrghhh…
The operating system my web server runs on is (include version): Win 2008R2
I can login to a root shell on my machine (yes or no, or I don’t know): Yes, windows command line etc…
I run my own Xentyal mail server, an IIS hosted site on a VPS and a commercial site on Wix. Ideally i want to bring control of everything together. The .com site (Wix) was setup without my knowledge and as far as i am aware i cannot control hosting, that certificate is due to expire in June. My .co.uk and mail.wecare4air.com ‘sites’ i have complete control of. Ideally i want to add SSL to .co.uk and mail. is it easier to treat these as 3 separate entities or can i bring it under one roof?
If i bring them under one roof is there one config i can roll out on Wix, IIS and Debian? Or do i just treat all three as different? WRT to the ones i can control, IIS (.co.uk) and Debian (mail.) does anyone have tips on doing those together or do i just use whichever tool suits whichever platform?
Thoughts greatly appreciated, Regards, David