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Posted on 2013-01-29
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I have setup home sever 2011 , when i log on to the RWW home page and try connect to the server or any pc via internal RDP  I get the following errror.

This computer cant verify the identity of the the RD gateway " XXX.Dyndns.org"  its not safe to connect to servers that cant be identified . contact your network admin for assistance.
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The certificate must match the hostname

The certificate (or root certificate from which the certificate was issued) must be trusted.

As you are not the owner of the dyndns domain, it can be difficult to get an SSL certificate for a dyndns hostname,

I would suggest registering and using your own domain, then having a CNAME record pointing to the dyndns hostname.
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