How to update a missing auto SSL

cPanel created this handy script to check all auto SSL certificates and initiate the process to install any that are missing or old. If you need a SSL added or updated first enable this in your auto SSL section in your WHM. Then run this code from root command line:

/usr/local/cpanel/bin/checkallsslcerts

You will need full root access to your server or VPS for this to work.

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