The knowledge base is lacking some serious information, and I wish Winhost would take the time to update the page rather than give examples without possible solutions. Here's the issue: recently, my SSL cert expired (intentionally) because I purchased the wildcard version last year only to find out it does NOT cover "domain.com" websites. So, today I purchased the "domain.com" $29 cert and registered my site (peppermintvault.com) without the "www" prefix. Now the cert doesn't work at all, giving me a message stating that it only covers "peppermintvault.com". The problem is the domain constantly returns to www.peppermintvault.com and I have absolutely idea how to stop it from doing it. I've altered my web.config file to remove the redirect to "peppermintvault.com" from the HTTP request, so there are no longer any redirects. Can someone here explain to me how in the world we're supposed to covert BOTH the "www." and the non "www." part using a single certificate, because IT'S BAFFLING! There is no way to add two certs to one site from the CP, so any help will be greatly appreciated. In the meantime, I'm going to have no choice but to spend yet another $29 to generate a "www." cert and remove the existing cert. UPDATE: Seems the cert is working for the non www version of the site. I guess it took a bit of time to register the cert? Also saw I can add additional certs, so now I have two. All's well, but sheesh what a headache.