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Remote Desktop Services give me a extrange certificate only in one pc.

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Hello I have one win7 pc that when I try to connet to a application published in Remote Desktop Services I get the error:

"the computer can not connect to the remote computer because the requested address server gateway and the remote desktop certificate subject name do not match."

The certificate is issued for mail.domain.com  from DomainCA (our internal CA) , but this certificate we are issued for Exchange and I don't know how are there.

If I connect form other PCs all is going fine and the certicate used is issued from AppServer.domain.local for AppServer.domain.local.

Why this pc are showing a different certificate for the connection?
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Sushil Sonawane earned 2000 total points
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Remove the certificate is issued for mail.domain.com from win 7 personal store and then check. Install the certificate "AppServer.domain.local" in win 7 personal store.
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by:limmontreefree
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I have tested in other Pc and I get the same error message.
My question is why appears this certificate mail.domain.com , where it comes from? .
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this wasn't the problem but had given me the idea to solve.
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