App Service Managed Certificate - uk domains

Mike Hudgell 1 Reputation point

I'm trying to use the new app service managed certificates with its new domain-root functionality (not a sub-domain) - but when I try and use a domain ( which is the domain registered its asking for cnames and not A records.

It looks like the functionality isn't detecting domains issues in * is a normal domain.

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  1. Grmacjon-MSFT 17,136 Reputation points

    Hi @Mike Hudgell ,

    Thanks for the question. Are you trying to access app service managed certificate through the portal?

    In the meantime, can you please try using this ARM template?

    You can use this Powershell script to run ARM template

    $subscription = "SUBSCRIPTION-ID"  
    $resourceGroupName = "RESOURCE-GROUP-NAME"  
    $appServicePlanName = "APP-SERVICE-PLAN-NAME"  
    $subjectName = "DOMAIN-NAME"  
    Set-AzureRmContext -SubscriptionId $subscription  
    $appServicePlan = Get-AzureRmResource `  
        | Where-Object {$_.ResourceGroupName -eq $resourceGroupName } `  
        | Where-Object {$_.Name -eq $appServicePlanName}  
    New-AzureRMResourceGroupDeployment `  
        -ResourceGroupName $resourceGroupName `  
        -SubjectName $subjectName `  
        -AppServicePlanName $appServicePlanName `  
        -Location $appServicePlan.Location `  
        -TemplateFile "CreateHttpFreeCert.json"   

    This script will only create an App Service Managed Certificate for a custom domain that has already been added to your web app. If you run this script before adding a custom domain to the web app, the script will fail.


  2. Mike Hudgell 1 Reputation point

    @Grmacjon-MSFT I can confirm that the script can create the pfx certificates correctly, so looks like a bug in the azure portal. How would you like it reported?

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