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    In RemoteApp Manager, what are the RD Gateway Settings set to?

    In Remote Desktop Session Host Configuration, double-click the 'RDP-TCP' connection and on the general tab check what the security certificate is set to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gybe78 View Post
    In RemoteApp Manager, what are the RD Gateway Settings set to?

    In Remote Desktop Session Host Configuration, double-click the 'RDP-TCP' connection and on the general tab check what the security certificate is set to?
    The Gateway is set to use the following settings:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/53759590@N04/5715217713/

    And the session host is set to the default cert:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/53759590@N04/5715785396/

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    When using an Auto Generated cert for the session host, I think I'm correct in saying that the RD Gateway needs to trust the CA for that certificate. Does your RD Gateway have your root CA installed?

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    It doesn't no, we don't have any AD CA's installed actually.

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    I think this might be the problem:



    I try to assign a cert, there are none available. Do I need to install an Enterprise CA role to request a certificate for the Session server?



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