Domain prevalidation: Bulk domain revalidation

Use the bulk domain revalidation feature to submit 2 to 25 domains at a time for revalidation.

Domain validation expires in 397 days. To maintain seamless certificate issuance, DigiCert recommends completing domain control validation (DCV) ahead of time.

If you order a certificate for a domain while the domain's revalidation is pending, we use the domain's current validation to issue the certificate until that validation has expired.

Submit domains for revalidation

  1. In your CertCentral account, in the left main menu, go to Certificates > Domains.

  2. On the Domains page, use Validation status filter to locate the domains you want to revalidate.

  3. Select the domains you want to submit for revalidation.

  4. In the Submit domains for revalidation dropdown, select your preferred validation method.

  5. Select Submit for validation.

What's next

You have three choices for how to validate your domain. Learn more about domain validation and the available methods.

Email method: DigiCert now sends two sets of DCV emails: WHOIS-based and constructed. DCV email recipients must follow the link in the email to complete the DCV check for each domain.

CNAME method: DigiCert provides information on updating the CNAME records for your domains to enable revalidation.

DNS TXT method: DigiCert provides information on adding a .txt file to your sites to enable revalidation.