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    go with ipsca , theyre free for education.

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    hmm yeah i saw that but at the moment their website keeps giving me errors!

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    go for ipsca, theyre freeeeeee to education.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    Yes but i wouldn't recommend exposing your RDP port like that is not recommended.
    Why not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by strawberry View Post
    go for ipsca, theyre freeeeeee to education.
    do you know how i actualy get it free?
    The website is being such a pain for me and throwing errors on everything i click.

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    SSL Certificate Authority low-cost, fully-validated 38$ SSL and 276$ Wildcard Certificates

    go there and click 'education' it doesnt have to be a .edu domain

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    Like someone said above use TS Gateway, you can configure who can connect where they can connect to (In server 2008)

    Id think that for a testing server your own certificate would be fine. The only problem with homebrew certificates is that they throw up errors for users as their browser cannot verify its validity (as its not from a trusted CA). This is fine for your use, or you could inform users that this will happen or buy one later on if the server becomes a production server for users.
    Ive used IPSCA cert for my mailserver and it was free

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