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Allow for multiple Subject Alternative Name DNS entries in Certificate Signing Requests in the WAS admin console
In WebSphere 8.5.5 fix pack 18 support for specifying Subject Alternative Names DND, IP, email values was added when creating a certificate signing request (CSR) via the WebSphere Administrative Console. However, the capability currently allows only one DNS value specified. This is a request to support multiple DNS values as is the case when using iKeyman to create the CSR.
Need a certificate that should be trusted for three different DNS/URLs which will be resolved to both the nodes management IPs and Virtual IP
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