Most SSL certificates are usually attached to a host name, meaning they can be used only on a single URL, also knows as a "common name". The Common name is the host + domain name such as â€œwww.company.comâ€, "secure.company.com" or "intranet.company.com". An SSL Certificate for the domain "secure.domain.com" will receive a warning if accessing a site named "www.domain.com" or "intranet.domain.com", because "www.domain.com" and "intranet.domain.com" are different from "secure.domain.com". You may purchase SSL certificates from ServerGrove with installation included here.
In order to have an SSL that covers an entire domain (*.company.com) you will need a wildcard SSL certificate. If that is what you need, please contact us for a quote.