I'm deploying a Remote Desktop application that requires a secure connection. The users connecting are NOT members of the domain (or any domain for that matter).
For the test environment I used a GoDaddy certificate. It worked great...the end users connecting never had to install root certs.
For the production environment I used Thawte. Now, I'm finding that end users will have to install a root cert and an intermediary cert. in order to connect to the remote desktop session. This is a major set back for deploying our application. Did I purchase the wrong cert? Thawte Premium Server CA --> thawte Primary Root CA --> Thawte DV SSL CA.
Shoud I go back to go daddy? Why would that happen?
I'm still learning how certificate chains, etc work so bear with me. Thanks!