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  1. If you do not already have a DNS name registered for your service, register one in a DNS subdomain for which you are allowed to register DNS names (e.g. <application name>.<subdomain>.washington.edu). Application developers working with web services will often request a DNS name of the form <uwnetid>.<subdomain>.washington.edu.
  2. Verify that you are registered as a contact for your DNS name. Your UW NetID may not have been added to the DNS record when the DNS name was established. If need be, update the contact information. For help with this step, refer to Managing DNS Names For Infrastructure Services Access
  3. Go to step #2 under the section in this document titled "Requesting certificates for systems with a static IP address".

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