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Deleting TLS / SSL certificates in Atomic

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This article explains how to delete an SSL/TLS Certificates that you've installed in Atomic. By default the trash can icon will be disabled to prevent you from accidentally deleting an active TLS/SSL certificate. To delete this certificate, you must explicitly deactivate it. Here's how to do it.

  1. Begin by logging into the Atomic control panel.
  2. Next, click SSL on the left side menu.

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  3. You'll now be taken to the SSL Certificate Manager. To view the details of an SSL certificate, click on the eye icon to the right of it.

    ssl-manager-view-details.png
  4. From within the SSL certificate details, locate the domain that you want to deactivate and click the minus icon to the right of it.

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  5. Once deactivated, head back to the SSL Certificate Manager. The trash can icon will now be available. Simply click it to delete the SSL certificate.

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