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I have 1 IIS server that is hosting 3 domains, for example, example1.com, example2.com and example3.com. Each has it's own certificate. How can I install a separate certificate for each of these sites on IIS 7.5 ?

Currently using a UUC certificate with multiple domains on it is not an option.

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    What research have you done? What have you tried? – MichelZ Jul 23 '14 at 16:09
  • I've looked through many articles on this site and MSDN serverfault.com/questions/284699/… I've setup many other production servers using this setup with wildcard certs, but I've never done it with multiple certs and compleatly different domain names. – zillabunny Jul 23 '14 at 16:21
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Just install them and select "SNI" (Server Name Indication) and enter the hostname.

Edit: SNI is an IIS8 feature. For 7.5 see:
Setup IIS 7.5 with multiple website bindings and SSL?

  • Can you elaborate on this? I thought this was only an IIS 8 feature? I'm using 7.5. – zillabunny Jul 23 '14 at 16:17
  • Also we're not using a Wildcard certificate. – zillabunny Jul 23 '14 at 16:19
  • Oh yes, you're right. You need IIS8 for that. See this then: serverfault.com/questions/284699/… – MichelZ Jul 23 '14 at 16:22
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    It is not possible using IIS7.5. The only possibilities are wildcard/SAN or differnet IP/Port combination per Certificate – MichelZ Jul 23 '14 at 16:28
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    Yes, with additional IP's it's possible – MichelZ Jul 23 '14 at 16:28

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