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The SSL Certificate Expiration Date Monitor on a website with multiple certificates

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Updated March 11th, 2016

Overview

This article describes the SSL Certificate Expiration Date Monitor on a website with multiple certificates.

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All SAM versions

Detail

With the SSL Expiration Monitor, you cannot monitor multiple certificates on one website. Currently there is no option to distinguish on the Host Headers.

 

This is only possible if the certificates are being hosted separately on two different ports. Alternatively, a Custom Script could be written to get the desired information.

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