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SSL Certificate Windows 2008 WebApps Terminal Services

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Hi All,
I have been looking at this for too long I think and now cannot get it to do what I want!

I have a MSA Appliance running Windows 2003 and ISA2006 which is being used to publish Windows 2008 Web based Terminal Services.

It all seems to be working as it should be and I am not in the process of purchasing a signed SSL certificate instead of a self signed.

Only problem is I cannot for the life of me work out how to request it on the ISA server (doesn't have IIS installed).

I also need to know where the certificate needs to be installed once I have it to eliminate the unsigned error messages users receive when they try to connect.

Any help greatfully received.
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You don't.
You request it on the server running the service you will be publishing through ISA. For example, if it was the OWA service then you would create the request on the IIS/OWA box then, when you get the cert and the private key you'd install them on the OWA box. Once done, you'd export them from the OWA and import into the machine account using the certs.msc on the ISA box.

then when you ran the publishing rule the cert will be selectable.

keith
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Thank you for your swift response, worked perfectly
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Welcome :)
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