Why Choose UC Certificates?

January 3, 2014 | By Kevin Judge

UC Certificate

If your organization uses an MS® Exchange 2010 or Office Communications Server environment, you can consolidate all of your certificates into a single UC Certificate.

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 multiple static IP addresses. Unified Communications Certificates or Exchange SSL are built expressly for the Microsoft Exchange 2007 (and up) and Microsoft Office Communication Server 2007 environments.

Unlike standard or even Wildcard SSL certificates, a single Exchange SSL Certificate can provide SSL secured communications on a number of different domains, both internal and external, reducing server security administration complexity, and cost. Exchange SSL Certificates also support the Microsoft Exchange Autodiscover service, a new capability for the Exchange platform which greatly eases client administration.

With a Comodo UC Certificate:

  • You save money and ease certificate management processes
  • Full Subject Alternative Name (SAN) control
  • 128/256 bit encryption, trusted by 99.9% of browsers, servers and clients
  • Designed for MS® Exchange 2010 and OCS environments
  • One of three official Microsoft UCC® vendors
  • Unlimited, no fee re-issuance, move/change domains as required

UC Certificates are organizationally validated, display a padlock on a browser for OWA and are trusted by over 99.9% of current browsers, among the highest available in the industry today. You simplify the management of your Microsoft Exchange or Office Communications Server 2007 environment and save money while you are it!

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