We have a Drupal 6 shopping cart system that works fine on Apache/cPanel. We had an SSL cert for www.xyz.com through NS which expired 2 days ago. My boss called Network Solutions and they walked through the process, uploading a CSR, etc. and purchased a new cert.
But when we tried to -install- the new cert via cPanel it said 'Private Key does not match'.
I -think- what happened is that the domain we selected was the non-www version but the CSR was for the www version.
NS will allow us to upload a new CSR -but- they won't allow us to change the domain from xyz.com to www.xyz.com and they will not issue a refund. SO...
If I install the new SSL cert for the non-www domain, can I make this work by editing .htaccess?
Or should I just eat the $249 and purchase a -new- cert for www.xyz.com?
I'm paranoid because I don't see any option for 'wild-card' in the NS setup and I don't know enough about Drupal to know if this will matter.