While an order is pending, you may need to modify the common name or subject alternative names (SANs) on the order.
To modify the SANs on a pending order, you must be an admin or a manager with permission to access the order.
You secured a slot for all the SANs on the order when you submitted your request. Removing a domain from the certificate does not reduce the number of SAN slots on the order.
In your CertCentral account, in the left main menu, go to Certificates > Orders.
On the Orders page, select the pending order or reissue for which you need to modify the common name or SANs.
On the certificate’s Order details page, in the Certificate status section, under What do you need to do, next to Prove control over domains, select the edit icon (pencil).
In the Edit domains window, update the common name and SANs as needed.
Items to note about modifying SANs:
When ready, select Update.
As needed, complete the domain control validation (DCV) for newly added domains on the pending order: new, renewal, or reissue. See Demonstrate control over domains on your SSL certificate order.
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