"You must use a fully-qualified subject alt name" creating a GoDaddy Standard UCC SSL Certificate

On SBS 2008 server run the "Add a trusted certificate" wizard, create the CSR and paste into Go Daddy create a certificate setup and get the following error, "You must use a fully-qualified subject alt name".

Shows SAN's added:
x company-server.company.local
x company.com
x remote.company.com

I have the option to add another SAN?

I thought company-server.company.local was the FQDN?
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WORKS2011Austin Tech CompanyAsked:
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
you cannot use .local names in certificates

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WORKS2011Austin Tech CompanyAuthor Commented:
Hi David, I take it I create the CSR from IIS? The wizard created the cert. Or just delete the .local?

Thank you.
WORKS2011Austin Tech CompanyAuthor Commented:
Outstanding!
David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
delete the .local - yes if you can add one then add company-server.company.com
jmcgOwnerCommented:
Additional background on why .local names are no longer being accepted:

PHASING OUT INTRANET NAMES AND IP ADDRESSES IN SSLS [godaddy.com]
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