I have never had an issue with my certificate until Microsoft logged in to fix another problem. On their synopsis of what they did, it is listed as one of the things they fix. I have logged in with the usual account and tried logging in with another admin account. On this one, the error is the bottom one, on the other it is both the first and third. Microsoft did all sorts of things and found the right certificate.
But now it continues to pop up right after any reboot. I am having difficulty using RWW and RDP from home. I always have difficulty as there are so many certificates on the server and most say server.riverview.local.
I am not sure if I should just purchase another one. This one should have more than two years left on it.
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