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The Common Name (AKA CN) represents the server name protected by the SSL certificate. In the case of a single-name certificate, the common name consists of a single host name (e.g. example.com , www.example.com ), or a wildcard name in case of a wildcard certificate (e.g. *. example.com ).
Open the Certificates (Local Computer) snap-in you added, and select Personal > Certificates. The Subject field of the certificate lists the Common Name (CN), click here for additional information about the Common Name. Right-click on the desired certificate and select Properties.
Under Personal > Certificates, Right click on your certificate you are focused on, and select Properties. In the Properties pop up window, under Friendly Name: specify a friendly name of your choosing. Click Ok.
The Common Name (CN) is the fully qualified domain name of the Web server that will receive the certificate (e.g. www.entrust.com or buy.entrust.net). Do not include the protocol specifier (i.e., http:// or https://) or any port numbers or pathnames in the common name.
Generate the Certificate Request File. For a generic SSL certificate request (CSR), openssl doesn't require much fiddling. Self-sign and create the certificate: Package the key and cert in a PKCS12 file: Import the certificate. Configure SSL Settings.
Anytime a SAN is added to an existing cert, a new CSR is required. The CSR must contain all the existing as well as new SANs. Consult your server manual for instructions on how to add SANs to the CSR. The common name for the CSR must be the same as the original certificate.
The Subject Alternative Name (SAN) is an extension to the X. 509 specification that allows users to specify additional host names for a single SSL certificate. The use of the SAN extension is standard practice for SSL certificates, and it's on its way to replacing the use of the common name.
The subject of the certificate is the entity its public key is associated with (i.e. the "owner" of the certificate). The subject field identifies the entity associated with the public key stored in the subject public key field. The subject name MAY be carried in the subject field and/or the subjectAltName extension.
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