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RemoteApp - Trusted Publisher Warning

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I have Remote Desktop Services running with RemoteApp. When a person logs into the RDWeb site then clicks on the app they want to run, they get a pop-up box asking if they trust the publisher. I've obtained a valid certificate which checks out ok on the client computer so i'm not sure why i'm getting this error. I placed it in the signed certs section on the remoteapp manager .. should it go somewhere else?  
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go into internet explorer, security, trusted sites and be sure that the site/ip address of the server is in your trusted circle.
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sorry, Left out Internet Options.
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I tried that .. i added the secure site into the trusted sites list - restarted IE and i'm still getting that message.

I don't know if it matters or not but i'm using the same cert that i'm using for HTTPS .. i assumed it's the same thing?
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finished project
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