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Remote desktop services setup certificates.

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I setup remote desktop services so users can get access to published apps on the local intranet. I created self sighed certificates for all the RDS roles. I can login to the work place interface but when I try to run any programs it says the certificate is untrusted and will not open app. I added those certificates to the default domain policy, but still will not open published apps. I added a CA authority server to the network. but not sure how to configure to issue these certificates to clients.

Is there an easier way to configure this so all the clients trust the intranet site so users don't get all the popup warnings....please help!!
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These are .509 .pfx certs
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