Were you asking for Zeroshell to be able to create a self-signed certificate with SAN attributes added? […]
No, I don’t need a self-signed certificate with SAN attribute.
As you know, Zeroshell contains a simple CA.
It can issue a regular cert for a host.
I have a small deployment of a couple of laptops with a wireless network.
I’m using a build-in RADIUS server with EAP-TLS authentication.
For that reason and according to MS kb814394, the RADIUS server
needs a SAN attribute defined.