troubleshooting Question

W2k8 R2 RDP-TCP Settings - Can not assign SelfSigned certificate

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Hello Experts,

I am getting mad here :(

I have created a self signed, server authenticated certificate for my Terminalserver Farm named
“TSF-Office.domain.local” the certificate is valid but I can not assign it to the RDP-TCP Settings in Remote Desktop Session Host Configuration.

I choose the RDP-TCP properties, then  I go to certificate which names “auto generated” in the moment.
Then I choose “Select” to assign my Certificate, but instead of showing a list of my certificates there is a popup message telling me  “There are no installed Certificates on this remotedesktop Sessionhost”
But the certificates are listed under “personal\certifcates” in the certificate Snap-in what do I miss?
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