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Topic # 228622 14-Jan-2018 21:37
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Hi guys

 

 

 

I was wondering whether anyone has had any success using with AWS Certificate Manager with a .nz domain name.

 

 

 

When trying to register a certificate, I receive the validation email, and then receive the message in the AWS console:

 

Request failed

 

The status of this certificate request is "Failed". One or more domain names are not valid public domains.

 

 

 

 

 

It seems like this may be because it's a .nz and AWS doesn't like it... If anyone has any guidance it would be much appreciated!

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  Reply # 1938957 15-Jan-2018 11:00
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Never had a problem generating ACM certs for .nz domains


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  Reply # 1939014 15-Jan-2018 12:54
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is it a new domain? I wonder how they're actually validating the domain - are they running a whois or checking NS, or something else. 





 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1939025 15-Jan-2018 13:03
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And are we talking about .nz or .co.nz 




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  Reply # 1939248 15-Jan-2018 18:10
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Certificate was successfully issued today - yesterday when I was trying it was a fairly new domain, only about 6 hours old, but was already registered with whois and in the nameservers. I guess it just need some time... "good things take time". Thanks for your help everyone!

 

 

 


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