Multiple domain names.. need multiple SAN's?

I have setup Lync Server 2010 with our Hosted Exchange but have a question about certificates. Right now for testing purposes we are using internal SAN's from our CA. So each domain that is activated are included in the SAN.

How would I handle this if I have multiple domains? I know I want an external certificate especially for the MEET simple URL since anonymous users might be attending. The problem is the domains will be registered under different people and adding that many SANs could be expensive.

So is it possible to implement a CNAME record for the meet URLs so you only have to implement one domain name in the certificate for it?

Please help.


I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.


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