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How to push out self signed certificate to client machines

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I have a Windows 2008 Server that I setup TS Web Access, but when XP clients try to launch the App, they get this error.  "Your remote desktop connection failed because the remote computer cannot be authenticated."  This is a self signed cert, and Installing the certificate from the client machine fixes the problem, but how can I distribute this certificate to all client machines, or is there something I didn't configure correctly from the server?
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Worked like a charm, thank you.
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