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Cant connect to computers via RWW SBS 2008 - error 50331655

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Hi

I cant connect to my SBS 2008 or any workstation via remote web workplace.

This is the error message:

an internal error has occurred (error 50331655). For more information, please contact your network administrator or Microsoft Product Support.

Thanks in advance!
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Are you able to connect to Outlook Web Access or by Remote Desktop client?
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I am getting this error also. And yes I can get to outlook web access but not remote desktop. I checked the TS Gateway for a cert and there was already one there. I re-applied it anyway.

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