Adding or Dropping Subject Alternative Names from UCC Certificates
After your Multiple Domain (UCC) SSL certificate is issued, you can add or remove Subject Alternative Names (SANs) at any time. SANs are the additional, non-primary domain names secured by your UCC SSL certificate. However, keep in mind:
- Changing your SANs generates a new certificate, which you must install on your server.
- Your old certificate only remains valid for 72 hours.
To Add or Remove Subject Alternative Names
- Inicie sessão no seu gestor de conta.
- Clique em Certificados de SSL.
- Junto ao certificado que pretende utilizar, clique em Gerir.
- Junto ao certificado que pretende utilizar, na coluna Ações, clique em Ver estado.
- Clique em Gerir.
- Click Add Subject Alternate Name.
- Realize uma das tarefas a seguir:
You want to... Realize o seguinte... Add SANs Enter the common name you want to use, and then click Add. Remove SANs Click x next to the SAN, and then click OK.
- Clique em Guardar.
- Click Click Submit All Saved Changes.
Information about Adding SANs
Adding SANs generates a new certificate that you must install on your server. Your old certificate only remains valid for 72 hours. After that, your websites using the old certificate will begin generating errors.
For installation instructions based on your server see Instalar certificados de SSL.
For Exchange or IIS servers, you must generate a new CSR, and then use it to re-key your UCC certificate (more info). Finally, install the certificate as if it were new.
Installing on Multiple Servers
If you want to install the UCC on multiple servers, export the private key from the original server and import it on the additional servers you want to secure. Then, install the UCC on the new servers.
If you need further information regarding the replacement of an existing certificate or the import/export of a private key, contact the manufacturer of your hosting server software.