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I have a wildcard (*.example.com) SSL certificate installed on my CPanel server. I have example.com configured to point to /example.com as its document root and use this wildcard SSL certificate. I also have sub.example.com configured to point to /sub.example.com as its document root. I have not explicitly configured configured sub.example.com to use the wildcard SSL certificate.

When I go to http://sub.example.com it goes to the correct document root, however my problem is that when I go to https://sub.example.com it goes to the incorrect root, it goes to the root configured for the wildcard SSL. I've been trying to find information on how to go about configuring sub.example.com to use the SSL certificate and go to the correct document root, however, so far I haven't found anything concrete. Do I use the same steps that I used for configuring the certificate for example.com, but use the same certificate again and specify dev.example.com as the domain that this certificate is for (instead of *.example.com)? Or is there something else I should be doing?

This is a production server, so I don't want to play around too much. I'm hoping to find the correct information before proceeding.

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It was a long time ago I worked with cPanel, but I will try to answer the best I can. If someone else has something to contribute to this post - feel free to edit.

According to a blog post OpenSSL prevents multiple SSL virtual hosts on a single IP address. You can either use mod_rewrite or follow a possible solution laid out in the blog post.

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