SAN with a non-standard TLD

Hi

I have read that letsencrypt support UCC (term used by Microsoft). UCC would allow internal name.So i have a domain example.mydomain.com and i would also have an alternate name with a non-standard TLD non accessible via Internet like example.mydomain.loc. Would letsencrypt let me issue this certificat?
The goal would be to have the padlock when connected via local network as well as public network .

Thanks

Hi @toossivi

no, that’s not possible. loc isn’t a public suffix (like .com, .de, .net, .eu, .us etc.). So the domain name isn’t unique.

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CAs like Let’s Encrypt are no longer allowed to issue certificates for “internal” names.

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