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Last post Feb 16, 2021 09:33 AM by Brucz

  • Questions About WildCard SSL

    Feb 15, 2021 09:12 AM|silverlittle|LINK

    Hi Sir/Madam, 

    <div></div> <div>I am looking for wildcard SSL, my domain name is *.xyz.com</div> <div>I have few question to ask :-
    My situation is like this :
    Server A : www.xyz.com
    Server B : bbb.xyz.com
    Server C : test.xyz.com (cloned from B)</div> <div></div> <div>1. Can I use the same cert at Server A and B at the same time ?
    2. What are the steps I need to do to import the cert into the A and B servers ?
    3. If let say Server C is cloned from Server B, am I allow to import the same cert at Serve C ? Do I need do any action to
    make all of them running well ? </div> <div>4. Which server shall I choose to create as primary CSR ? or is it better for me to reissue again when I transfer from 1 server to another server ? Thank You</div>
  • Re: Questions About WildCard SSL

    Feb 16, 2021 09:33 AM|Brucz|LINK

    Hi silverlittle,

    silverlittle

    . Can I use the same cert at Server A and B at the same time ?

    Yes.

    silverlittle

    2. What are the steps I need to do to import the cert into the A and B servers ?

    1. Click on the Start menu and click Run. Type in mmc and click OK.
    2. Click on the File menu and Add/Remove Snap-in...
    3. Double-click on Certificates.
    4. Click on Computer Account and Next.
    5. Leave Local Computer selected and Finish.
    6. Click Close button and OK.
    7. Right-click on the Personal folder and select All Tasks and Import. 
    8. Next, click browse and choose certificate.
    9. Enter  password and click Mark this key as exportable. Next.
    10. Next and Finish.

    silverlittle

    3. If let say Server C is cloned from Server B, am I allow to import the same cert at Serve C ?

    Yes.

    Best regards,

    Brucz

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