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SSL Domain

Hello,

         At present I have a wild card certificate (*.mydomain.com.au). But we are planning to use this SSL certificate for *.localhosting.mydomain.com.au, while doing this I get certificate error, but if I continue it still works

    Is it possible for us to modify and create more sub domain in an existing certificate?

Narain
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ahoffmannCommented:
simple question, simple answer: no

long answer: you already hava wildcard domain, hence localhosting.mydomain.com.au already matches
if you want a separate certificate for those, you need to purchase a new certificate
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btanExec ConsultantCommented:
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NarainIT SupportAuthor Commented:
Thanks Guys
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