You can use multi-server(SAN) certificates for most of your servers. When you run a generate CSR requests you can select multi-server(SAN). on your CUCM/IM&P Cluster you would probably want to do this for Tomcat and Callmanager certificates. When you select the tomcat generate CSR you'll see it will add the IM&P servers aswell. Now you only need to do the cup-xmpp cert on the IM&P directly (and the s2s if you use site to site). When you upload the tomcat-trust / callmanager-trust and cup-xmpp-trust and tomcat/callmanager/cup-xmpp you only have to do this on the Publishers.
For UCCX you would want to sign the tomcat cert. You can upload the tomcat-trust on your primary but you will need to generate CSRs and install them on every node if you run a HA cluster.
So for your entire setup you will need about 4-5 separate signed certificates.
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the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
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