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rdweb trust remoteapp

Hi, i have a W2008 R2 with RDWEB, SSO works, but when starting a program from web there is allways a windows with warning to trust this remoteapp. I have tried to upgrade RDP but it dont help.
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Jackie ManCommented:
1. Goto C:\Windows\Web\RDWeb\Pages\en-US\ in your W2008 R2

2. Locate the file default.aspx

3. Edit the file with the following:

   public bool fUserAdmin = false, fConfigPage = false, bShowPublicCheckBox = false, bPrivateMode = false;
   Change to;
  public bool fUserAdmin = false, fConfigPage = false, bShowPublicCheckBox = false, bPrivateMode = true;

Source: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/c7c226c9-542c-40f2-b4e3-7a846fc7848e/rdgateway-rdweb-remoteapp-how-do-you-remove-make-sure-that-you-trust-the-publisher-warning
per-wAuthor Commented:
hm, i tried that but nothing happens. BUT if i also set the bShowPublicCheckBox = true then i got a litle box to check that the pc is private on the windows where all application icons is and its a checkbox in the trust window to not show again, but the problem is that then i got error that there isnt any remote gateway server. When setting it to false everything is back to normal with the trust window :-(
per-wAuthor Commented:
i did this and then it works, your (jackieman) code + some in login.aspx

removed checked from rdoPblc and inserted checked in rdoPrvt

Now its checked for privat on login window and its cheked for privat in program window and there isnt any trust windows at all :-)
per-wAuthor Commented:
Jackieman put me in right direction and now its working.
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