I have a client that is going to be accessing our servers through remote desktop. What we need to do is secure that remote desktop so that the communication and transferring of files is encrypted. We have requested a certificate, however that is going to take too long.
We're on Server 2003 Enterprise
Any tutorials/step-by-step's that can point me in the right direction?
just create and import your own certificate, you will be able to select it for use with RDP even while your "real" certificate is still pending. once the "real" certificate arrives, import that and you
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