A Unified Communications Certificate (UCC) is an advanced level SSL certificate that provides security to multiple domains and sub-domains – an expansive feature that traditional SSL certificates do not offer. A single UCC certificate provides a 128/256 bit encryption and secure upto 3 Fully Qualified Domain Names (FQDNs), simplifying the administrative task of managing several multi-level domains.
For e.g., a single UCC can be used to protect autodiscover.yourdomain.com, exchange.yourotherdomain.com and exchange1.yournextdomain.com.
Starting at ₹ 17,955.00 / Year
You can get a UCC with up to 3-year certificate lifetime to lessen the worry of securing your site every year.
Developed in partnership with the Microsoft Corporation, Comodo's UCC SSL is exclusively designed to work for MS Exchange 2007 and higher Office Communications Server. Comodo is one of the only three Certificate Authorities that offer UCC.
A UCC is ideal for websites with:
- Microsoft Exchange
- Microsoft Office Communications Server
- Multiple domains and sub-domains
A Unified Communications SSL certificate also supports the 'Autodiscover' service in Microsoft Exchange – a powerful new capability that greatly eases client administration.
A conventional SSL certificate only secures a single FQDN, while a Wildcard SSL only covers the first-level sub-domains of a website. UCC, on the other hand, can support multiple level domains within a 3 FQDN! Additionally, every new domain can be purchased for a marginal price of
If you wish to add Wildcard SSL to a domain, you can do that for a price of $399.00 surcharge per domain.
Other benefits include:
- Save money and ease certificate management processes
- Full domain control through Subject Alternative Name (SAN)
- Trusted by 99.9% of browsers, servers, and clients
- Designed for MS Exchange and OCS environments
- $250,000 relying party warranty
- Unlimited free re-issuance, move/change domains as required
- 24/7 customer support over phone, chat, and email
Microsoft’s Exchange and Office Communications Server make extensive use of SSL certificates supporting the SAN field, enabling and flexible and secure client-to-server and server-to-server communications. A SAN field is used for securing multiple host names with a single SSL certificate, by allowing you to specify the list of such hosts in the field.
If you need assistance in determining which SSL best suits your requirements, get in touch with our expert advisors for a free consultation, who can help you take an informed decision.
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