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Is it OK to have more than one SSL certificate on a domain? How about more than one on a server?

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I'm new to SSL certificates and I'm wondering if there is any harm in installing multiple SSL certificates on a domain, or even on a single server. I'd like to install and SSL cert on my domain controller so that my firewall can use LDAP over TLS. But I'm a little nervous that installing a cert on my DC could cause my network to get wonky. Any help/suggestions are appreciated.
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