Check the status of your TLS/SSL certificate order and use the DNS CNAME Record DCV method to demonstrate control over a domain in the order. For more information, see Demonstrate control over domains on your SSL certificate order.
Submitting domains for validation during the order process means certificates will not be issued until domain validation is complete. For immediate certificate issuance, submit domains for prevalidation when possible. See Domain prevalidation: Supported DCV methods.
Demonstrate control over your domain by creating a DNS CNAME record containing a randomly generated token. The CNAME record is used to point token.domain to DigiCert (dcv.digicert.com).
Go to the SSL/TLS certificate's order page to check its issuance status. You can also see what domain and organization validation needs to be completed before we can issue it.
In your CertCentral account, go to the order's Order # details page.
On the Order # details page, in the Order Status section, check the order's issuance status (is the order waiting on domain or organization validation to be completed?).
After validation is complete (domains and organization), the Order status section no longer appears on the Order # details page.
On the Order # details page, under You Need To, click the domain link you want to complete the DCV for.
When you have multiple domains (SANs) on an order, each one will be listed. Those with a checkmark next to them are validated. Those with a clock icon next to them still need to be validated.
In the Prove Control Over Domain window, in the DCV Method dropdown, select DNS CNAME Record.
Create the DNS CNAME record
Verify the DNS CNAME record