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"The CA Root certification is not trusted" when trying to use remote application (RDT)

I am trying to run a remote application outside the network via wireless internet connection; the mde file is stored locally on the terminal server. The problem is I get the following error when I try to connect.. Your Remote Desktop commotion failed because the remote computer cannot be trusted…………..The CA Root certification is not trusted; install this certificate in the trusted root certification authority’s store. Is there a way to bypass this
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The Certificate issued to the RDS server is likely locally issued (local CA), you need to add the remote CA certificate as trusted.

By pass the warning or bypass the need to add the certificate as suggested while being able to connect?
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I would like to bypass the need for the certificate completely
Do you have control over the server?  You could change the mode.
Note that the certificate provides for the encryption of the connection which might otherwise be unencyrpted.

Why not add the Internal CA as trusted and be done with it?
We are talking about 20 dell pads running windows 8 professional what is the most practical way to do it?
And yes i have admin access to the terminal server
I am in central time and its midnight, i will check back in the morning around 09:00 hrs
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