--- Comment #3 from Ben Cooksley <> ---
We have systems which run on multiple servers, while Lets Encrypt relies on
being able to fetch a value from your server over HTTP. Therefore only one
machine will get the request and the certificate.

Additionally, we have non-HTTP based servers which need SSL, and the way our
DNS system is setup doesn't allow automated changes to it (for security reasons
among others).

Plus we have dozens and dozens of subdomains across just, which is why
we rely on wildcard certificates.

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