I am having an issue with end users connecting to a website via HTTPS. The users log in via Remote Desktop and are provided a shortcut to the website. They open up the shortcut and connect using HTTPS.
When users first connect to the site they get the "...problem with this website's security certificate..." message.
This is fine as it is an internal webserver/app so end users simply click on "Continue to this website (not recommended)" This is all good but with other internal systems I have been able to install the certificate, move it to "Trusted Root Certificate Authorities" for the Local system.
After that, end users are usually never prompted by the problem with certificate notification. For some reason, on this server it doesn't seem to stick. Is there a policy somewhere I need to change that allows end users to pick up certificates in the Trusted section for the local system?