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Can Security Certificates use IP rather than domain?

Question asked by dkb on Apr 8, 2015
Latest reply on Apr 8, 2015 by jcooper

I know little about Security Certificates but I must now take the plunge. I have users connecting to FMS 13 with FMP, FMA, FMGo and WebDirect. We only use server IP address rather than domain. A few FMP and WD users are behind a corporate firewall; they connect via a proxy IP.

 

If possible, I would like to install a Certificate using the server IP rather than switch users to a domain. The question is: can Security Certificates use IP rather than domain? What happens to those behind the corporate firewall that connect via a proxy IP?

 

Cheers,

- doug

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