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Hi Experts,

I have a client domain running on SBS 2011 with a standard GoDaddy Certificate for reservations.something.com.
Access to the Remote work webplace from outside world works fine. No SSL prompts at all.
I also have a second server (2008) running booking software and key management software for the hotel.
The clients website has a  link for https://reservations.something.com:4444 which throws an SSL warning.
What is the best way to get rid of that warning and is there a way to use the same certificate? If so how?
Thanks in advance.
Olaf
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you need a wildcard certificate *.something.com or another subject name reservations.something.com added to the certificate that only has something.com and maybe www.something.com
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