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Using Wildcard certificate

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Using Wildcard certificate

I see several pieces of this post that reference wildcard certs not being supported. i would like a little clarification on that. Would a wildcard cert work if you generated the csr and private key from apc security wizard cli, got the cert signed by a private ca, then married the cert to the key file back in the security wizard? Just trying to get some clarification. Also....I noticed in my older apc network cards they would accept a cert I generated like this that had about 100 SAN entries. The 9641 cards don't accept the same cert. (It is a .p15 generated through apc security wizard cli as well) Thank you in advance.

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