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Switching your ONLYOFFICE DocSpace Enterprise to HTTPS for the Windows version


When you install ONLYOFFICE DocSpace Enterprise on Windows, you can use the service and script to easily create a CA-signed certificate and switch the portal to HTTPS with a single command.

The article below will explain this can be done.

Creating and installing CA-signed certificate

You need PowerShell version 5.1 or later installed on your computer.

Run Windows PowerShell as administrator. By default, PowerShell is installed at the following path:


In the PowerShell console, go to the \sbin\ directory. To do that, use the following command:

cd "C:\Program Files (x86)\Ascensio System SIA\DocSpace\sbin"

Run the following script:

./docspace-ssl-setup.ps1 EMAIL DOMAIN


  • EMAIL is the email used for registration and recovery contact.

    Use comma to register multiple emails, for example:, User emails must be enclosed in quotes.

    Example of a command to run the script:

    ./docspace-ssl-setup.ps1 "EMAIL1,EMAIL2" DOMAIN
  • DOMAIN is the address of the domain where your ONLYOFFICE DocSpace Enterprise portal is installed.
Check A records for your domain (e.g. using the ping command), otherwise the certificate will not be issued.

The script will create and install the CA-signed certificate to your server.

Now your portal should be available via the https:// address.

A task of automatic certificate prolongation will be added to the task scheduler. You will not need to re-run the script when the certificate expires.

Using own certificates

You can use your own certificates via the -f parameter:

./docspace-ssl-setup.ps1 -f CERTIFICATE PRIVATEKEY


  • CERTIFICATE is the path to the certificate file for the domain.
  • PRIVATEKEY is the path to the private key file for the certificate.

Now your portal should be available via the https:// address.

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