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 Click "​**Apply**"​ and then "​**OK**"​ to go back to the main window. Now, assuming that you already created your request as described in the tutorial, right-click on it and select "//​Sign Request//"​ and then "//​Sign Request (server)//​.((We are here assuming that you still have to create the corresponding certificate. If the certificate already exists, you have to revoke it first - this means, the server certificate will change, and visitors that manually told, i.e., Firefox to trust it will have to follow that step again.)) Click "​**Apply**"​ and then "​**OK**"​ to go back to the main window. Now, assuming that you already created your request as described in the tutorial, right-click on it and select "//​Sign Request//"​ and then "//​Sign Request (server)//​.((We are here assuming that you still have to create the corresponding certificate. If the certificate already exists, you have to revoke it first - this means, the server certificate will change, and visitors that manually told, i.e., Firefox to trust it will have to follow that step again.))
  
-In the small dialog that pops up, there is now a field labeled "//​Subject alternative name (DNS Name)://":​ you must write inside it a comma-separated list of all desired hostnames, ​"//​**including**//​" ​the one you already inserted as "​Common Name" of the request:​((At least, this is necessary with Firefox 3.5.13 - other browsers may decide to consider the "​Common Name" even when the //​subjAltName//​ is set.))+In the small dialog that pops up, there is now a field labeled "//​Subject alternative name (DNS Name)://":​ you must write inside it a comma-separated list of all desired hostnames, //​**including**//​ the one you already inserted as "​Common Name" of the request:​((At least, this is necessary with Firefox 3.5.13 - other browsers may decide to consider the "​Common Name" even when the //​subjAltName//​ is set.))
  
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creating_ssl_certificates_for_multiple_domains_or_subdomains_with_tinyca.txt · Ultima modifica: 2011/04/06 08:22 da toobaz