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    Default Generate certificate with Subject Alternative Name

    Dear experts,
    I've just upgraded zimbra FOSS from version 5.0.7 to version 6.0.3. Everything sounds okie. But when I generate a self certificate from Zimbra Admin, I can't generate the certificate with Subject Alternative Name. I want to have several names on the certificate. I can generate a certificate with several names on zimbra 5.0.x.

    Any problems with com_zimbra_cert_manager on zimbra 6.0.x? Please help me to resolve it.

    Many thanks,

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    Is this possibly Bug 28704 – GetCSRRequest doesn't fetch Subject Alternative Name of the last generated CSR

    Can you compare the steps you used with the steps in that bug?

    Also note that (as mentioned in that bug) you may have better luck with the CLI as opposed to web console.

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    Thanks ewilen,
    That is the bug which I'm having it. I've generated the certificate by command.

    Cheer!

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