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Publish internal website with wildcard SSL certification via ISA 2006

Posted on 2009-04-08
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I would like to publish an internal website to internet via ISA 2006. I have a wildcard SSL certification (e.g. *.abc.com). I would like to know if it is possible to publish a website but use the wildcard SSL certification? and what do i need to pay attention to when configure the ISA publish rule.

Thank you very much~
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There's no difference from an ISA point of view when using a wildcard cert to using a "normal" cert... so if your already familiar with the process of assigning certs in ISA, do exactly the same thing!
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He's right, a wildcard cert just means you don't need to buy multiple ip addresses doe each public host.
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