In your CertCentral account, in the sidebar menu, click Account > Guest access.
On the Guest access page, under Guest URLs, click the Name link for the Guest URL you need to edit.
In the Edit Guest URL window, edit the Name, make Allow Certificate Types changes, and update the Certificate Validity Periods. (See Create a Guest URL.)
Note: You can select a single or multiple certificates. Some certificate types may have a maximum validity period that is less than the validity period you selected.
For example, you select Code Signing and Standard SSL and then, you select 3 years. When the guest user orders a Standard SSL Certificate, the validity period will only be 1 year. When the guest user orders a Code Signing Certificate, the validity period will be 3 years.
When you are finished, click Save Guest URL.
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