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no certificat RWW

Posted on 2009-06-29
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I cant connect to the Remote Web Workplace... this is a sbs 2008 server

I havent made the certificat, so where can I find it?

2 client are using the RWW perfect, but I still need som mobile phone and computers


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by:DanJourno
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If you've created a Certificate Authority, you should be able to visit http://server/certsrv and install the certificate there.

Otherwise, click the Certificate Error at the top of internet explorer which will display the cert and install the certificate there into the Trusted Root Authorities.
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by:itoffice
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I cant log on the the server\certsrv

Is i possible to make ot without the certificat?

how do i do that?
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by:DanJourno
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If you dont have certsrv, then install it from internet explorer by clicking on Certificate Error to view the certificate and install it.
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