Subject Alternative Names (SANS) Certificates: Secure Multiple Domains with a
SAN Certificates are often used for Unified Communications (UC) to secure Microsoft Exchange 2007 Server, Office Communications Server 2007, or Mobile Device Manager as well as server names, intranet, and .local names. For example, you can secure all these domains with a single SAN Certificate:
SAN may also be used for:
- Servers within your intranet by name (example "server.local" or "faxtool")
- Hostnames (example - mailserver)
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