Hello Terminal Services Experts,
I’m trying to learn Terminal Services in Windows Server 2008. I have read several articles and the Terminal Services chapters in various books, but I know there is no substitute for getting my hands dirty and playing with Terminal Services in a lab. I have installed Terminal Server on a Windows Server 2008 system in a test lab. I decided that a good place to start would be to try out the RemoteApp feature. One of the articles I have read provided the steps to make the calculator on the server a remote app. I followed the steps in the article and made a RDP file for the server’s calculator. When I try to access this RDP file, I get the following message.
Your remote desktop connection failed because the remote computer cannot be authenticated.
The certificate is not from a trusted authority.
The client that I’m using is an XP Pro workstation with SP3 installed. However, when I try to connect to the RDP file from the terminal services server, I get the same message. I have verified that the NLA is not enabled on the terminal services server.
Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.