so they are saying the don't offer wild card certificate, that means you must order your certificate to exactly match your desired host name
please understand that nothing about mojoportal is connected to or can affect your ssl certificate, that is all handled by IIS, not by mojoportal code. all mojoportal can do or does is to detect the setting you provide telling it whether ssl is available and if it is then it can detect a request that is not using https and redirect it to use https. other than that nothing in mojoportal is doing anything directly at the protocol level, that is all handled by IIS web server. So mojoPortal is no different than any other web application, ssl is not handled at the web application level other than redirect logic. There is no concept of a certificate that will or won't work with mojoPortal, it is separate from mojoPortal, we don't code against the protocol level, we don't do the encrypting of traffic between the web server and the web browser using the certificate, that is all the web server responsibility.