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SSL without Domain Name

Question asked by davidjhayden on Oct 17, 2017
Latest reply on Oct 17, 2017 by wimdecorte

This qualifies as a naive question... Most of our clients do not use web direct, but many have locally installed servers that they connect to remotely with FM Pro.  Because their servers are not intended for the public, they are not set up with fully qualified domain names — they access from FM Pro using an IP address.  I'm just getting started learning about SSL, but at first glance it seems like we need to use domain names to purchase a certificate?

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