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We just set up a new small business server for the domain and encounter some certificate errors when using RWW to remote desktop in to the workstations.  I tried installing the certifcate but we still encounter error messages.  Please assist.
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Did you use the certificate installer?

http://sbs.seandaniel.com/2008/07/windows-sbs-2008-certificate-installer.html

Article says 2008, but is applicable to sbs 2011 as well.
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Thanks.  that's a great article.
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