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I have a windows 2008 server configured with the ts gateway role and ts web access on the same box.  I am able to access the TS Web Access page outside my network and have accepted self cert and placed in my trusted root cert authorities.  However, when I try to launch and application I get a second certificate error box with the same name as my external gateway.  If i click Ok nothing happens and I'm back at the ts web access page. Can anyone please tell me what am I missing?
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i will assume that you are using sonicwall as network firewall - if that is correct- you will need to stop using ip addresses in certificates - instead use fully qualified domain names.
This should sort our problem - if not set up sonicwall in firewall access rules to straight through (allow all)  And set up some kind of .htaccess file in root of your website -  - preferably with ldap or different user database connection.

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