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Installing SQL Report Services "certificate could not be validated for URL" .Can you create a certificate through the Certification Authority. If so how? Or do you have to buy a yearly subscription?

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A server certificate could not be validated for URL: https://OurSERVER/ReportServer.

How do you do this with the Certification Authority Templates or is the only way through the maze to get to the cheese by buying one of these SSL certificates through GoDaddy or some other vendor.....?

Also I just do not understand why this has to be done?
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Somewhat clear. I am surprised that there is so little about creating certificates at Microsoft. I would have thought they would have been more clear on how to do this for SQL Reporting Services CRM. Thank you for your help.
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Somewhat clear. I am surprised that there is so little about creating certificates at Microsoft. I would have thought they would have been more clear on how to do this for SQL Reporting Services CRM. Thank you for your help.
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