The SSL certificate has to be created set for the host you are using,
either directly or using SAN (Subject Alternative Name). It looks like you
have myhost set up somewhere to resolve to the same IP as

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On Wed, Sep 12, 2018 at 4:35 PM Justin Taylor <JUSTIN@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I use Kerberos authentication for my Apache server that hosts my CGI
apps. The URL's use the unqualified hostname (e.g. http://myHost/<

I'm now trying to set up HTTPS. I already have an SSL cert, but the
tricky part is that the cert is for (I didn't do
it, and I didn't have any say in the matter). If I try https://myHost/<
https://my_host/>, it gives me a cert error, due to the name mismatch.
If I try<>,
FF gives "Authentication Required", while Chrome & IE prompt for a login.

I tried the fully-qualified name in iNav, and Kerberos worked perfectly.

Any thoughts?
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