Certificate Error "A revocation check could not be performed for the certificate"

Hello Experts,

I am seeing this error on a new WIndows 7 X64 laptop when connecting via RDP  to a Server 2008R2 machine running terminal services. I just installed the server and a 2048 bit godaddy cert. I looked at the other posts concerning this issue but my issue is unique beucase I am only seeing the problem on the new laptop...I can connect from every other machine I have tried (including windows 7) just fine. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

-John
JohnnyD74Asked:
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da3veCommented:
I assume you can hit the CRL URL from that particular machine?
https://certs.godaddy.com/anonymous/repository.seam

If you can hit the CRL and it isn't being blocked for some reason, the cert may not be properly installed.

I found we needed to add the CA cert to the clients "local computer" list of Trusted Root Authorities by going through mmc.exe, then File | Add Snap-in | Certificates | Local Computer and importing the CA certificate to the Trusted Root Authorities area.
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/winserverTS/thread/ffd4e68d-2f30-4958-a020-e090131052ee/

HTH.
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JohnnyD74Author Commented:
Thanks Dave but that did not help. A windows update to SP1 however fixed the problem.
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JohnnyD74Author Commented:
Found my own solution here.
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