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I deployed OCS 2007 Standard R2 for the first time in our live environment.  I purchased a cert from THAWTE and things seem to work fine.  The problem I'm having is when I run live meeting.  The test connection works fine but when I schedule a live meeting it doesn't connect.  I've checked the certificate and it looks fine.  I recieve the error below.  Any Ideas?

"the process TrcHost (2420) did not receive a certificate from the client"


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