SSL.com’s UCC/SAN Certificate is essential for use with various Microsoft Exchange services.
The UCC/SAN Certificate can provide security for up to 2,000 unique domains with a single certificate. Anyone with multiple domains on a shared IP address will benefit from the versatility of the UCC.
Secure an unlimited amount of subdomains by using Wildcard domains along with the UCC in the form of subject alternative name (SAN) entries.
|$125,000 USD Insurance Guarantee|
|Results in Higher Sales Conversion|
|Secure up to 2,000 Domains and/or subdomains|
|99% Browser Compatibility|
|Unlimited Server Licenses|
|Unlimited Reissuances and Key Pairs|
|Works on MS Exchange or OWA|
|Activates SSL Secure Site Seal|
|2048+ Bit SHA2 SSL/TLS Public Key Encryption|
|Improves Search Engine Ranking|
|30 Day Unconditional Refund|
|Full Compatibility With All Versions of SSL and TLS|
|Courtesy Carryover Coverage Adds Up To 90 Days|
The UCC/SAN SSL Certificate is a “binder certificate” that allows you to combine multiple Basic SSL and Wildcard SSL Certificates into a SUPER CERTIFICATE that can secure up to 2000 Subject Alternative Name entries. This must-have certificate for enterprise customers will save you time and money as you provide encrypted protection for all of your business and e-commerce needs.
The presence of the SSL.com Site Seal will help indicate to visitors that a website is secure and trusted. Increase visitor to customer conversion and retention.
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put many wildcards on single ssl certificate, success!
since I only have 1 ip address, I was able put 2 wildcard domains into a single tls certificate and it works better than I thought.
Didn't need any hassle, and didn't get any with this ssl. The reviews all talk about excellent support but i didn't have to use it. Good to know though!
We run Exchange 2010 and the SAN SSL was recommended by the support guys. We got the certificate with 6 domains issued in under 10 minutes. Great support:-)
I was surprised I could put several wildcard domains into a single ssl with this UCC ssl but it worked! SSL.com support was spot on and always available, thanks guys!
Popped in a few domains into a single ssl (tls) cert and BAM! works on our single ip address AWS server on first pass
I don't know of any other provider that allows mulitple wildcard sans in a single ssl, but this product worked for us. It wasn't cheap but the support came in handy when deploying onto our reverse proxy behind a load balancer
we use the multiple domain ssl on several of our websites and also on our Exchange 2003 server since they offer unlimited server installations
I host several websites on aws but Amazon gives me only a single ip address so the multi domain ssl is the only option