Unified Communications Certificate ( UC Certificate )
If your organization uses an MS® Exchange or Office Communications Server environment, you can consolidate all of your certificates into a single UC Certificate from Comodo
Using the Subject Alternative Name (SAN) field in a UC Certificate allows you to host multiple SSL-enabled websites on a single server - eliminating the need for different IP addresses per website that would be required otherwise.
Features and benefits
- Save money and ease certificate management processes
- Full Subject Alternative Name (SAN) control
- 128/256 bit encryption
- Trusted by over 99.9% of browsers, mail servers and clients
- Designed for MS Exchange and OCS environments
- One of three official Microsoft UCC® vendors
- Unlimited, no fee re-issuance
- $250,000 relying party warranty
- Move/change domains as required
UC Certificates start from Price per year and include 3 FQDN's. For example, 1 UCC will cover autodiscover.yourdomain.com , exchange.yourotherdomain.com and exchange1.yournextdomain.com. Beyond these initial 3 domains, you can add up to 100 FQDN on the same certificate at just Price per additional domain. Wildcard domains can be added to a UCC for a Price surcharge per domain.
What is a UC certificate?
A Unified Communications Certificate (UCC) secures multiple host names and multiple domain names of the primary domain. UC Certificates were explicitly designed to protect Microsoft Exchange and, Microsoft Live Communications servers.
5 Reasons to choose Comodo Unified Communications Certificates
1. Provide SSL Support Where a Wildcard SSL Wonít
UC Certificates provide SSL support for Microsoft Exchange and Office Communications Server where traditional or wildcard certificates wonít. They are more flexible than wildcard certificates because UC Certificates arenít limited to a single domain. For instance, a wildcard certificate can protect all first-level subdomains on an entire domain, such as *.example.com. But a wildcard cannot protect both www.example.com and www.example.net.
2. Simplify Certificate Management
Greatly simplify your Exchange Server SSL configuration with a single certificate to support multiple domain names, host names and server applications. Using an UC certificate saves you the hassle and time involved in configuring multiple IP addresses on your Exchange server, binding each IP address to a different certificate, and running a lot of low level PowerShell commands just to piece it all together. For example, one UC certificate can be used to secure the following Exchange Server domains: mycompany.com, owa.mycompany.com, mail.mycompany.com, smtp.mydomain.com, autodiscovery. mycompany.com, mail.mycompany-internal.com
UC Certificates are fully trusted by all major internet browsers/mobile devices and come with a $250,000 relying party warranty.
4. Unlimited Certificate Re-issuance
You can have the certificate re-issued for free whenever you need to remove or change domain names.
5. Autodiscover Support
Comodo UCC Certificates also support the Microsoft Exchange Autodiscover service, a new capability for the Exchange platform which greatly eases client administration.
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