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SSL Certificates and SAN – What domain names are valid?

An SSL certificate has a field called Subject. The Subject field contains the domain name that the certificate is valid for. Subject can only contain one domain name: The field Subject can have more information, like the screenshot below, but Continue reading


Get a free publicly trusted SSL-certificate

This blog post will guide you through the steps of obtaining a publicly trusted SSL certificate with up to 5 domain names, at no cost. There are no hidden costs, ads or referrals involved. You do need to be able Continue reading


Require SSL on NDES admin site via PowerShell

Best Practices from Microsoft when deploying Network Device Enrollment Service (available here) states: “Always set up the administrator site with SSL-only configuration. (Disable http access to this site.)” This is to protect the sensitive One Time Passwords that are transmitted Continue reading


Quick access to the Certificate snap-ins

Are you also opening the local certificate snap-ins by first running mmc.exe and then adding the Certificate snap-ins manually? I’ve done that sooo many times that I’ve gotten pretty fast at it. A faster way is to type certmgr.msc for Continue reading


What is the difference between the formats "DER encoded" and "Base64 encoded" when exporting a certificate?

I am often asked what the difference between the following certificate export options are: The first option exports the certifcate encoded in the format Distinguished Encoding Rules, which is a binary format. The second option exports the certificate encoded with Continue reading