Category : Multi-domain certificates FAQ

After the certificate is issued, the number of available SANs (hostname slots) cannot be decreased. You can, however, change the used hostnames via reissue. Another solution is to request cancellation and refund of the existing certificate within the acceptable refund grace period (15 days after the first issuance within 90 days after the purchase date) and ..

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This article explains how to add SANs to the following  multi-domain certificates purchased from SSLs.com: PositiveSSL Multi-Domain Multi-Domain SSL Unified Communications EV Multi-Domain SSL If your certificate has been already activated, the number of additional domains in your multi-domain certificate can be changed by initiating the reissuance process. If the certificate has not been activated ..

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There are two ways to activate a multi-domain certificate for multiple domain names: Specify additional domains during activation or reissue Use a CSR generated for multiple hostnames 1. Generate a CSR only for the primary domain name and specify additional hostnames during the certificate activation at SSLs.com You will be able to specify additional domains ..

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Multi-domain certificates can only be renewed with the same number of SANs (additional domains). There is no option to change the number of additional domains during checkout. However, there are two ways to add more additional domains to the renewal certificate: purchase additional domains before activating the renewal certificate; activate the renewal certificate and purchase ..

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The validation process depends on the type of SSL Certificate. The only common feature for the multi-domain certificates we provide is that each domain in such a certificate should be validated before issuance. The domain-validated certificates will give you an opportunity to select the most suitable verification method for each domain: approval email or alternative ..

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A multi-domain certificate is designed to secure many domain and/or subdomain names. Multi-domain certificates are mostly used to secure the services of Microsoft Exchange Server (versions 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013), Office Communications Server 2007 or Mobile Device Manager. Multi-domain certificates can secure the combination of completely unique domains and subdomains with different TLDs (Top Level ..

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