After your Multiple Domain (UCC) SSL certificate is issued, you can add or remove Subject Alternative Names, or SANs, at any time. SANs are the additional, non-primary domain names secured by your Cyberspace Solutions Inc. UCC SSL certificate.
To Add or Remove Subject Alternative Names
- Log in to your Account Manager.
- In the My Products section, select SSL Certificates.
- Next to the certificate you want to manage, click Launch.
- From the Filters list, click Certificates.
- Click the UCC certificate you want to manage.
- Click Manage.
- Do one of the following:
- To add a SAN: In the New Subject Alt Name field, enter a new Subject Alt Name and click Add.
- SANs do not need to be fully qualified domain names. For example, if your Intranet needs cool or example covered, you may put that as a SAN. But, you need to know how your server is configured to properly secure everything.
- To remove a SAN: Click the X next to SAN you want to remove.
NOTE: After any SAN change, download the new certificate and install it on your server. When you delete a SAN, the new certificate is available in minutes. When you add a SAN, it must be vetted. You'll receive an email after vetting is complete. For more information, see Downloading an SSL Certificate.
- Click Manage.
Once a new certificate is issued, the original certificate will no longer be valid. You must replace the original certificate on the original hosting server.
For installation instructions based on your server see SSL Installation Instructions.
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.