Secure Microsoft Exchange and Office Communications Server 2007
Comodo DV UCC SSL CertificateSecures 1 Domain + 2 Additional SAN included
The Comodo DV UCC SSL certificate is best for providing basic SSL security like preventing a "Not Secure" warning, showing secure padlock & HTTPS URLs on websites configured on a Microsoft Office Communication server or Microsoft Exchange. In addition, the DV SSL certificate is built to give basic SSL security to multiple domains.
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Comodo DV UCC SSL Certificate Is Issued in Minutes After Verifying Domain Ownership
The standard SSL certificate doesn't take you through a long business verification process. Once you purchase this UCC SSL certificate, you will receive an email from the certificate authority with a link. Once you click that link, your domain ownership verification is completed, and after that, immediately, your SSL certificate gets issued. It's the recommended SSL certificate for anyone looking to prevent a "Not Secure" warning on multiple websites.
Offered with strong encryption strength like SHA 256-bits, Comodo DV UCC SSL certificate is the domain-validated SSL certificate that gets issued instantly in minutes after verifying your domain ownership.
Domains Secured by Comodo DV UCC SSL Certificate
The UCC SSL certificate secures multiple domains configured on the Microsoft Exchange server using basic SSL security like a secure padlock and site seal. For example, it'll secure:
And so on. Similarly, by default, you're allowed to secure 2 SAN domains, and for additional domains, you'll need to purchase extra SAN SSL according to your requirement.
Comodo DV UCC SSL Certificate Benefits
The domain-validated SSL certificate doesn't require you to go through the business validation process. Instead, you need to prove domain ownership by clicking the link received in an email sent by the CA (Certificate Authority.) Similarly, once the domain ownership is verified, your UCC SSL certificate gets issued in a few minutes.
Basic Trust Indicator
The domain-validated SSL certificate offers all the basic trust indicators like HTTPS URLs, site seal, and secure padlock on all the websites. Hence, your site visitors will not face a "Not Secure" warning, and they'll also know the trusted SSL certificate secures that website.
Your issued SSL certificate comes with an assurance that you'll not face any SSL security related issues that costs you money. Similarly, to let an applicant know that the certificate authority is serious about it, they offer a hefty warranty amount for the same. Hence, if anything goes wrong due to a mistake by the certificate authority and it costs you money, then you'll get compensated.
Cheap & Easy Management
With one single SSL certificate, you can secure multiple websites. Similarly, the DV (Domain Validated) SSL certificates make it a cheaper option, as you can secure multiple websites at the cost of one SSL certificate. Further, it becomes easier to manage, as you don't need to generate CSR for multiple websites, nor you need to remember the renewal or expiry date of multiple SSL certificates.
SSL Security for Multiple Websites
Being a UCC SSL certificate, you are allowed to secure more than one website. Hence, if you've multiple websites requiring basic SSL security, this Comodo DV UCC SSL certificate works well for it, as it's a standard SSL certificate and can cover multiple domains at once.
After the purchase, you're allowed to cancel your issued UCC SSL certificate. And, if you cancel it within 30 days of purchase, you'll get a 100% refund in your account.
|Multiple Years Option|
|Domain Security||Secures 1 domain + 2 Additional SAN||Secures 1 domain + 2 Additional SAN||Secures 1 domain + 2 Additional SAN|
|Additional SANs||Add/Remove Up to 247 SANs||Add/Remove Up to 247 SANs||Add/Remove Up to 247 SANs|
|Issuance Time||Minutes||1 to 3 Business Day||1 to 3 Business Day|
|Validation Requirement||Domain Validation||Organization Validation||Organization Validation|
|Visible Trust Indicator||Secure padlock, HTTPs URLs||HTTPS URLs & Company Name in the Certificate||HTTPS URLs & Company Name in the Certificate|
|Encryption Strength||256-Bit Encryption||256-Bit Encryption||256-Bit Encryption|
|Site Seal||Comodo Site Seal||Comodo Site Seal||Sectigo Site Seal|
|Refund Policy||30 Days Refund||30 Days Refund||30 Days Refund|
Frequently Asked Questions
Have Questions? We're here to help.
The Unified Communication SSL (UCC SSL) is a special SSL Developed by Comodo that secures multiple domains/websites over Microsoft Exchange and Office Communications servers. Under this certificate, the user can secure up to 250 domains.
To secure multiple fully qualified domains with the Comodo UCC SSL Certificate, you need to first generate the CSR for the base domain and other domains will be added as the SAN domains.
No, the UCC SSL Certificate from Comodo comes with domain validation; hence, the issuer only needs to validate the domain name, which generally takes few minutes.
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