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It is essential that both domains (secondarydomain.com and primarydomain.com) are secure with SSL certificate. You should confirm which SSL certificate you have purchased. If you have single domain SSL certificate you need to purchase another certificate for your secondary domain, in this case you need to manage two different certificates for both domains ...


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I am assuming apache running on your host and with hosting for your secondarydomain.com. In your secondarydomain.com root folder put the following code into a .htaccess file RewriteEngine on RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://www.primarydomain.com/$1 [R=301,L] This will redirect all requests to your secondarydomain.com to your primarydomain.com Similar ...


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Yes, you can. Either buy multi-domain certificate if it's close to the end of primary domain certificate, or buy the certificate for the secondary domain only. My host for my primary domain doesn't allow me to add any more domains to my account. What can I do ? Anyway you have somewhere redirect configured from secondary to primary. If it is just ...


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The post might be a bit older, but for people stumbling upon this. Multi-Domain certs exists allows you to cover several domains. Comodo and DigiCert as just some of the companies that offer these.


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It seems that no one has mentioned about multi domain and wildcard SSL certificate combination here in answer. Now, many third party Certificate Authorities offers this type of certificate and they are known as Multi Domain Wildcard SSL, which helps to protect multiple fully qualified domain name and unlimited sub domains on the multiple servers. This Multi ...


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I'm not sure if GoDaddy is hosting Windows Virtual Private Server (IIS Web Server). If your server is Windows/IIS, you can export the PKCS12 cert with private key (password protected) and then import into another Windows IIS Server using instructions like those posted at digicert: How to Import and Export SSL Certificates in IIS 7 - see the "Exporting/...


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I encountered this issue when connecting to an SSL protected government portal I have access to from my mobile device when the server was protected by Comodo. Turns out some mobile devices don't have the Comodo root CA installed from the factory and need to go through an update to get the Root CA installed. Was a predominant issue with Android devices but I ...



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