Whether it’s because of a server location change or an upgrade, you may need to transfer settings and data from one server to another. And, of course, we all know an SSL certificate is one thing you definitely should never forget to move between servers, as it keeps your website’s connection encrypted and helps your site stay compliant with security standards and regulations.
How To Use A Wildcard SSL Certificate
Wildcard certificates can save your organization a substantial amount of money and eliminate the hassle associated with managing multiple certificates. (There are a few scenarios wildcard certificates aren’t a good fit for, which we’ll cover at the end of this article.)
Using a wildcard SSL certificate is quite easy – we’ll go over the basics of how to use a wildcard SSL certificate, as well as when you should and shouldn’t use them.
How to Install a Wildcard SSL Certificate on Multiple Servers
Installing a Wildcard SSL certificate on more than one server is easy with Comodo
A lot of people ask how to install a wildcard SSL certificate on multiple servers as a result of one bad policy by one big CA. We won’t name names or anything, but one large, overpriced CA (rhymes