I have a SSL paid certificate from godaddy I'd like to add a subdomain to it for my mobile site. How to do so?
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Hi @DEVTECH. Welcome to GoDaddy Community!
The answer to your question would depend on the kind of SSL Certificate you have. If it's a standard certificate, you may be able to change your common name. If it's a UCC or Wildcard certificate, you could probably just add it. If you can give more details about your situation, including the type of certificate and hosting you're installing it on, that should help others answer your question.
Jesse -- I think my situation is similar to the original asker's. I have a standard SSL cert (paid) and I need to keep the existing domain on the cert and add one m. (for mobile) subdomain. I'd like to add the subdomain to the existing cert and not re-key. I want to avoid re-keying, because I can't afford to bring the site down. Is there any way to get this done? -- Val.
Is GoDaddy the host? Did you purchase a wildcert SSL cert for the primary domain? If you did not, you will need to purchase SSL cert for the sub-domain. Usually, the hosting company will provide you with a CSR file to purchase your sub-domain. Be sure to include the IP address for the hosting company and server/software type required.
I hope this helps,
i'm installing a ticket site and that needs the SSL, I don't need it on my .com but need it on my .com/tickets. Just purchased the SSL at check out. can it be moved? I just need instructions.