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Windows 2008 TS Remote App Manager does not see any certificates

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On Windows 2008 TS Remote App Manager, I would like to add a certificate.  I go to the Remote App Deployment Settings, then to the digital signature tab, and check the box "sign with a digital certificate."  I click "Change" button and the "Select Certificate" window appears, but it is empty.  Remote App Deployment Settings Select Certificate
I have gone in mmc.msc to the Certiicates snap in and I have plenty of certicates there.  Where do certicates need to be located so that Remote App Manager can see them? I have another Windows 2008 server (although it is R2) and Remote App Manager has no problem finding certicates.  
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Do you use SSL certificate for terminal server or TS Gateway connections?

Do you want to connect to RemoteApp programs from public or home computers?

If yes, you must use either of the following:

    * A certificate from a public certification authority (CA) that participates in the Microsoft Root Certificate Program Members program (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=59547).
    * If you are using an enterprise CA, your enterprise CA-issued certificate must be co-signed by a public CA that participates in the Microsoft Root Certification Program Members program.

Source: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc730673%28WS.10%29.aspx
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