Can I use the same SSL certificate on 2 different exchange servers?

I am in the process of moving my exchange2010 from one hardware to a new hardware.

Temporarily I will have 2 exchange2010 machines.

I have a Standard UCC SSL certificate with 9 names.

Can I use the same certificate on both machines (re-keying with Godaddy each time I apply it) and use 5 of the names on one machine and 4 of the names on the other machine?

Or does the certificate only work on one machine, period, and is going to fail on the one that is not most recently re-keyed?

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As long as the machine name matches one of the names on the certificate, you should be fine.  We've used a wildcard certificate on many machines without any problem.

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