A wildcard is a character that may be substituted for any of a defined subset of all possible characters. The most commonly used wildcard characters are the asterisk (*), which typically represents zero or more characters in a string of characters, and the question mark (?), which typically represents any one character.  

Judith Haney

Judith Haney

Technical Writer at Fortinet
Judith Haney is a Technical Writer on the FortiOS technical documentation team. She graduated with honours from Algonquin College's Technical Writer program in September 2014. In a previous lifetime, Judith earned degrees in Mathematics (B.S.) and French literature (M.A.).
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  • Sphesihle Khumalo

    I’m looking for a step by step way to configuring a wildcard certificate on a fortigate and how to apply it to users.
    I hope you can assist.

    Thank you in advance. 🙂