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If you have purchase a standard, single domain SSL certificate, then it will be for one domain, so you can only use it for domainname.com or www.domainname.com. If you have purchased a wildcard or UCC certificate then it will allow either unlimited subdomains (in the case of a wildcard) or mulitple domains up to a certain number (in the case ...


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It doesn't matter where the CSR is generated as long as its generated in a compatible format, i.e OpenSSL, IIS, Microsoft Exchange and Keytool. It's extremely common for people to use different devices to create their SSL CERT. You can even use 3rd party online websites to generate the SSL cert, meaning you don't need to run anything from the commandline. ...



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