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Windows 2008 RDS old autosign certificate steal used as a trusted certificate has benn installed

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Hi,

I have installed an RDS server with these roles :
- RD Session host
- RD Web access
- RDGateway

Waiting for a trusted certificate, i installed a self signed certificate : "mycomputer.mydomain.com". All the roles were fonctionning with the normal warning "computer not safe, can't verify certificate"

I finaly got my trusted certificate "mysite.mydomain.com", and configured it in remote app, rd session, rd gateway... The trusted certifcate appear clearly in IE browser, the connection occured without warning. But when I run a remote app, the old self signed certificate is steal in used...

I have checked all configuration I know, I can't find any notice of the old self signed certificate !...

Any Idea of cache, or a mystery hidden certificate configuration ...

Thanks a lot !
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Thanks for you answer...

The old self signed certificat was steal in remote desktop certificates store. I removed It and import the trusted certificate. The import worked , but the self signed certificate always come back in this store. The self signed certificate is only visible in this store, Remote desktop...

Know, the authentication of the user steal worked to log in the rd web page, but fail when i launch a remote app...

I'm searching and trying again...
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Remove from IIS and any other location as well
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The self signed certifcate was only in the remote desktop store...

I've found another way to modify the remote desktop certificate :

http://blogs.nelite.com/blogs/yvarloud/archive/2010/04/05/windows-server-2008-amp-r2-remote-desktop-services-certificate.aspx

I'll try...
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It works !!

Thanks to dariusq...
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