Is there a way to use an exisiting certificate?

I'm currently trying to deploy scim-bridge on a Docker swarm. However, I'm facing a problem because I've hit the limit of the number of the certificates issued to a single domain (too many certificates already issued for the exact set of domains letsencrypt).

So is there a way to skip the issuing certificate step and use an existing one? or is there a way to delete some of the existing certificates issued by letsencrypt?


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  • ag_Kristiag_Kristi

    Team Member

    Unfortunately, we do not have much control over letsencrypt. However, you do have the option of setting up a load balancer, like NGINX. Then you can install an existing certificate for TLS termination and setup a reverse proxy to the SCIM bridge.

    If I can be of further assistance to you, please feel free to reach out.

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