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Why do I get a certificate mismatch when using RD Gateway?

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I have configured  Remote App, RD Web, RD Gateway so that users can connect to a MS Access Remote App via RD Web/ RD Gateway. The correct certificate is installed in the RD gateway but for some reason
before RD Gateway connects to the Remote App it is recognizing a certificate that is in the certificate store but not configured to the RD gateway. Message = "The identify of the remote computer cannot be verified..." Underneath is the certificate name which is the default certificate that came with the OS installation. Its identifying the wrong certificate. This is not the certificate that I configured for RD Gateway. I used a certificate signed by DigiCert.  Makes no sense to me. Any ideas?
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by:coredatarecovery
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If the time stamps are not in sync, this could cause this problem.
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by:PDSWSS
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How do I check the time stamps?
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by:coredatarecovery
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would log in and check.
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by:PDSWSS
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Please clarify -

Check where?  

Which time stamps do I compare?
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by:coredatarecovery
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Server issuing the certificate and the workstation trying to login.
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Solved issue by doing the following:

Start RD Session Host Configuration>Right Click on RDP-Tcp and Click Properties>Confirm Security Layer value is TLS 1.0>Under Certificate click select and choose the appropriate certificate.

These directions should be included in Microsoft's directions for Configuring RD gateway.
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by:coredatarecovery
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My bad, I assumed you already had this working before the error.

(Often times a bad time stamp, or a mismatched timestamp will throw a similar error when connecting)
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by:PDSWSS
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The expert did not provide enough detail for me to try his suggested solution and my post solved it perfectly.
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