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posted on January 1st 1970, at 01:00
by lunarg
You can use the CertReq command line tool to request SAN SSL certificates. This can be useful where you have an internal (web)server which also needs to be available using another (alternate) DNS name.

First create a template file you can use, specifying the required parameters. Save it with a name, e.g. request.inf and save it to a temporary (work) folder (or simply your desktop):

;----------------- request.inf -----------------[Version]Signature="$Windows NT$"[NewRequest]Subject = "CN=SERVER1.domain.com, OU=Some OU, O=Organization, L=City, S=State, C=US";Subject = "CN=SERVER1.domain.com"KeySpec = 1KeyLength = 2048; Can be 2048, 4096, 8192, or 16384.; Larger   ...

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