What is a Multi-Domain Certificate?
Multi-Domain also referred commonly as SAN Certificates, utilize Subject Alternative
Names (SANs) to secure up to 100 different domain names, subdomains, and
public IP addresses, using only one SSL Certificate and requiring only one IP to host
We worked with Microsoft to develop a SSL Certificate specifically for use within
the Exchange and Communications Server environments. A SAN SSL Certificate
allows you to deploy the Domain Security feature and enable secure client access
from the Internet
While Multi-Domain SSL was originally developed for Unified Communications
applications, it can benefit anyone looking for the simplicity of consolidating many
domain names into a single SSL Certificate and single IP address.
How can Multi-Domain SSL be used?
Unified Communications (UC)
Secure Microsoft Exchange and Office Communications Server. SAN Certificates provide ideal support for your owa, mail, and autodiscover domains, plus they are included in the base price!
Up to 100 multi-level Subdomains
Secure all subdomains, even different level subdomains such
as www.domain.com, xxx.yyy.domain.com.
All levels are supported.
Up to 100 Fully Qualified Domains
Secure different domains, such as abc.com, xyz.com, 123.com, or different top level domains such as domain.com, domain.net, domain.co.uk.
Up to 100 Public IP Addresses
Add publicly accessible IP.
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