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I have Wild Card SSL Certificate and i need to implement it on multiple domains. on first it is being implemented and on second i have to implement. Is it possible that i can implement the same certificate on Two Domains. Domains are hitting the same IP Address, means hosted on same server. But having different Domains first is like: https://erp.abc.com and Second is http://app.abc.com. Both application are differently hosted on IIS.

Please suggest.

  • If your wildcard certificate is for *.abc.com you will not have issues using it for both app.abc.com and erp.abc.com. – 13dimitar Apr 6 '17 at 6:27
  • @13nilux, it's fixed bro.. thanks.. actually i had never did that. so wanted to confirm. :) – raman Apr 7 '17 at 4:28
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Make sure your server does support SNI. If your server does, then you can continue the configuration. See http://www.sherweb.com/blog/host-different-ssls-on-one-ip-with-iis-8-sni/

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    Since he's using the same certificate for both domains, why does he need SNI support? – David Schwartz Apr 6 '17 at 10:25

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