Add Let's Encrypt Support to Plesk *.domain addresses
The new wildcard SSL support for Let's Encrypt is awesome!
Except that it doesn't work the way a person would expect. For example, when I install a SSL from GoDaddy, I can click my "exampledomain.com" button, and add the SSL. Then I can click my " *.exampledomain.com" button, and add the SSL.
This currently does not work with Let's Encrypt. With LE, I can click into "exampledomain.com" and set up a "*.exampledomain.com " Let's Encrypt SSL. It will properly secure exampledomain.com .
BUT, when I go to the ".exampledomain.com" in Plesk, and click "Hosting Settings", I cannot select the . Let's Encrypt SSL that I just created. Therefore, none of my subdomains are secured by the wildcard SSL that is supposed to secure all subdomains.
This really doesn't make any sense. I was informed by support that you have to create a named subdomain for each subdomain I wish to use. But that defeats the purpose of a wildcard SSL ... because if I am going to do that, I could just as easily set up an individual Let's Encrypt for each subdomain.
Let's Encrypt secures the following domans
However, it does not encrypt www.aliasformydomain.com
Get certificate error in browser
Just seen https://support.plesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/213372009
Known bug - fix some time in future ...
Well if it gets some votes maybe sooner rather than later!