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hi , i have 2 crm server one is crm 2015 and other is crm 365 and i want to add certificate to new version web site but after create domain ca and binding it in iis have this error in crm website "the security certificate presented by this website was issued for a different website's address" with title of Mismached address
This is an SSL certificate name mismatch error. You are receiving the message, as the domain name of your SSL certificate does not match with the address that is entered in the address bar.
If you are the administrator then to get rid of the SSL certificate name mismatch error, you will need to forward all your traffic. However, the simplest solution to get rid of this error is, by purchasing an SSL certificate with SAN (Subject Name Alternative) support from a trusted certificate authority. Another possible cause for the error is accessing the server using internal name while the SSL certificate on that server has the public name on it. Moreover, to solve this error in this situation, you need to buy and install Unified Communication (UC) SSL that has an external public name and internal server name in the SSL certificate.
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