Use CertCentral domain locking to limit which of your Company's CertCentral accounts can issue certificates for your domains.
To lock a domain, you need a Certification Authority Authorization (CAA) resource record for your domain. If you are unfamiliar with CAA resource records, contact your registrar for details on how to create and update a CAA resource record.
You can now lock domains so only users in your account can get certificates for them.
Once the CAA resource record is ready, go to the domain's details page in CertCentral and select Check CAA. The toggle switches to Enabled when the lock is successful.
You locked the domain. Only users in your account can get certificates for this domain. If you want another account to order certificates for this domain, add their unique verification token to the CAA resource record.
If the domain validation expires, the domain goes from locked to pending. To relock the domain, revalidate the domain.
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