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SSL Certificates

I've made a mistake when I've activated my SSL certificate. What can I do?

If you made a mistake during the generation and activation of an SSL certificate, you can always reissue it. Please read the article "How do I reissue an SSL certificate for a domain name?" Please do not forget that you need to manually revoke the old SSL certificate after the new one has been reissued. To do this please read the article "How do I...

May 10, 2016 06:43AM CEST

What happens if I revoke an SSL certificate?

When you revoke an SSL certificate, its validity is canceled.

May 21, 2015 11:48AM CEST

How do I revoke an SSL certificate?

In order to revoke an SSL certificate please proceed as follows: 1. Log in to your EuroDNS account. 2. Go to PRODUCTS > SSL. 3. Go to the section Active products. 4. Move the cursor over the corresponding domain. Click on View to open the SSL certificate control panel. 5. Click on Revoke and confirm.

May 10, 2016 06:43AM CEST

How to renew my paid SSL certificate

To renew your SSL certificate please follow these steps: 1. Log in to your EuroDNS account. 2. Go to PRODUCTS > SSL. 3. Move the cursor over the corresponding domain. Click on View to open the SSL certificate control panel. 4. Click on the Renew button underneath the SSL lock. 5. Follow the steps through the payment pages.

Sep 30, 2016 03:46PM CEST

Additional SAN options for SSL certificates

SAN option details: SAN (Subject Alternative Names) can be added to SSL certificates to secure different subdomains, other domains or IPs in the same SSL certificate. The different types of SANs are: Unified Communications (UC): this will secure the following subdomains: OWA.domain.com, MAIL.domain.com and AUTODISCOVER.domain.com. UC SANs are nee...

Nov 10, 2016 09:38AM CET

Where can I find my SSL Certificate?

As soon as your domain has been verified you will be able to find your SSL Certificate in your EuroDNS account. - Login to your EuroDNS account - Go to Products > SSL - Click on the blue button: "GET CERTIFICATE" - From there you can copy the SSL Certificate

May 08, 2017 09:31AM CEST

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