Obtain Linux apache ssl čert on Windows with manual or dns challenge

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My domain is:rhscz.cf

I ran this command:

It produced this output:

My operating system is (include version):windows

My web server is (include version):apache on linux

My hosting provider, if applicable, is:host-ed.me

I can login to a root shell on my machine (yes or no, or I don’t know):no

I’m using a control panel to manage my site (no, or provide the name and version of the control panel):cpanel 58.0(build 30)
P.S. i have already your ssl on website, but it was obtained by Linux subsystem on windows, so it isn’t best way to obtain ssl čert. T tried run letsencrypt Python script on windows, but There was problem with working. Windows programs aren’t support apache ssl And domain or manual challenge.

with Cpanel, I’d chat to your host. Cpanel have included in a system (AutoSSL ) which will automatically add and maintain Let’s Encrypt SSL certs. You host simply needs to turn on / enable that feature.

I’d like to obtain or renew ssl cert by myself manualy on windows.

Do I understand this correctly that you want to install the certificate on Linux server, but you want to generate it on Windows? If it is so, you can try ZeroSSL package. It works on both Linux and Windows platforms (with or without Cygwin on Windows), supports both DNS and HTTP verification and does not require any root/admin rights on either platform.

In fact, on Windows you don’t even have to install anything as such - you can easily make a portable client and carry it with you on an USB key for example. You just need to download a portable version of Strawberry Perl, unzip it somewhere, run “cpanm Crypt::LE” in it and you’re all set. However, on Windows the client will not be able to create a CSR for you, so I would advise using CSR and keys generated on Linux server (or with the online Certificate Wizard). See the installation instructions for more details.

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