TLS Certificate and its SAN name

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I was requested to import a company Certificate Authority (CA) signed certificate to replace the default self-signed cert of an appliance. The appliance is able to generate the Certificate Signing Request (CSR) file; We submit the CSR to CA, get the CA-signed cert, and import it into the appliance. Everything is smooth.

However, when we examine the HTTPS webpage from Chrome, even the root CA and the…

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