Will my certificate Auto Renew?


#1

How can I tell if our certificate will auto-renew? It was set up on the site by a previous developer. I see expiration is 31-Mar-2019 (Issued Dec-2019). How can I check to make sure it will auto-renew?

Thx


#2

It depends on what software you’re using, how it’s configured, and whether it’s still working.

It’s typical to start trying to renew certificates 30 days before they expire – since it’s 15 March, that suggests it will probably not renew, either because it’s not configured to, or because something went wrong. :slightly_frowning_face:

Or it could just have an unusual configuration that will renew it next week or something.


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#3

Thanks… it now looks like it actually did auto on the 16th, the day after I posted the question. I didn’t realize this was a web server driven process… I thought the CA did the renewal automatically. I guess I had that backwards.