"Renewed" too many times


I had some problems with the network settings on my Synology NAS. One of the things I did was try to “renew” my Synology Let’s Encrypt certificate. It would seemingly proceed, but the screen would always stop at “Restarting web server”, and AFAIK there was no actual new certificate issues.

Now I have fixed the network settings. Trying to renew now leads to a message saying that I can’t because I have done it too many times - during the network settings troubleshooting.

Are Let’s Encrypt staff reading this and could renew my “counter” ? Or any other solutions ?

Thank you for your help.

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