Failed to create order: Some of the identifiers requested were rejected
So I use win-acme's to generate my SSL certificates. On their website they said that they are compatible with Buypass. I have used their certificate generator and it works fine. But when I try to generate your SSL it says: Failed to create order: Some of the identifiers requested were rejected. This is the full log of what happened so you can see what I did wrong:
A simple Windows ACMEv2 client (WACS) Software version 126.96.36.1997 (release, pluggable, standalone, 64-bit) Connecting to https://api.buypass.com/acme/directory... Scheduled task not configured yet Please report issues at https://github.com/win-acme/win-acme N: Create certificate (default settings) M: Create certificate (full options) R: Run renewals (0 currently due) A: Manage renewals (0 total) O: More options... Q: Quit Please choose from the menu: M Running in mode: Interactive, Advanced Please specify how the list of domain names that will be included in the certificate should be determined. If you choose for one of the "all bindings" options, the list will automatically be updated for future renewals to reflect the bindings at that time. 1: Read site bindings from IIS 2: Manual input 3: CSR created by another program C: Abort How shall we determine the domain(s) to include in the certificate?: 2 Enter comma-separated list of host names, starting with the common name: robertzou.com, robertzou.tk, robertzou.ml Target generated using plugin Manual: robertzou.com and 2 alternatives Suggested friendly name '[Manual] robertzou.com', press <Enter> to accept or type an alternative: My Buypass SSL The ACME server will need to verify that you are the owner of the domain names that you are requesting the certificate for. This happens both during initial setup *and* for every future renewal. There are two main methods of doing so: answering specific http requests (http-01) or create specific dns records (dns-01). For wildcard domains the latter is the only option. Various additional plugins are available from https://github.com/win-acme/win-acme/. 1: [http-01] Save verification files on (network) path 2: [http-01] Serve verification files from memory 3: [http-01] Upload verification files via FTP(S) 4: [http-01] Upload verification files via SSH-FTP 5: [http-01] Upload verification files via WebDav 6: [dns-01] Create verification records manually (auto-renew not possible) 7: [dns-01] Create verification records with acme-dns (https://github.com/joohoi/acme-dns) 8: [dns-01] Create verification records with your own script 9: [tls-alpn-01] Answer TLS verification request from win-acme C: Abort How would you like prove ownership for the domain(s)?: 7 URL of the acme-dns server: https://auth.acme-dns.io/register Existing acme-dns registration for domain robertzou.com found Record: _acme-challenge.robertzou.com CNAME: d3f56852-512e-4133-a8bc-30a686c73b58.auth.acme-dns.io Verification of acme-dns configuration succesful. Existing acme-dns registration for domain robertzou.tk found Record: _acme-challenge.robertzou.tk CNAME: 7faacd6a-5e6c-429a-a703-5b6c847274a4.auth.acme-dns.io Verification of acme-dns configuration succesful. Existing acme-dns registration for domain robertzou.ml found Record: _acme-challenge.robertzou.ml CNAME: 7ecb2595-0ae4-447d-bcda-afffe0a93542.auth.acme-dns.io Verification of acme-dns configuration succesful. After ownership of the domain(s) has been proven, we will create a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) to obtain the actual certificate. The CSR determines properties of the certificate like which (type of) key to use. If you are not sure what to pick here, RSA is the safe default. 1: Elliptic Curve key 2: RSA key C: Abort What kind of private key should be used for the certificate?: 2 When we have the certificate, you can store in one or more ways to make it accessible to your applications. The Windows Certificate Store is the default location for IIS (unless you are managing a cluster of them). 1: IIS Central Certificate Store (.pfx per host) 2: PEM encoded files (Apache, nginx, etc.) 3: PFX archive 4: Windows Certificate Store 5: No (additional) store steps How would you like to store the certificate?: 2 Path to folder where .pem files are stored: C:\Program Files\win-acme\Certificates Password to use for the private key .pem file or <Enter> for none: 1: IIS Central Certificate Store (.pfx per host) 2: PEM encoded files (Apache, nginx, etc.) 3: PFX archive 4: Windows Certificate Store 5: No (additional) store steps Would you like to store it in another way too?: 5 Installation plugin IIS not available: No IIS websites available. With the certificate saved to the store(s) of your choice, you may choose one or more steps to update your applications, e.g. to configure the new thumbprint, or to update bindings. 1: Create or update https bindings in IIS 2: Create or update ftps bindings in IIS 3: Start external script or program 4: No (additional) installation steps Which installation step should run first?: 4 Terms of service: C:\ProgramData\win-acme\api.buypass.comacmedirectory\750 Open in default application? (y/n*) - yes Do you agree with the terms? (y*/n) - yes Enter email(s) for notifications about problems and abuse (comma-separated): firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Failed to create order: Some of the identifiers requested were rejected Create certificate failed, retry? (y/n*)
Hi Robert Zou
The Certification Authority Authorization (CAA) DNS Resource Record does not specify Buypass CA, so we are not authorized to issue certificates for robertzou.tk domain. Therefore the order for certificate issuance was rejected.
Please see more here https://www.buypass.com/ssl/resources/caa for information on which domain names identify Buypass as issuer and how to authorize Buypass to issue TLS-certificates for your domain.