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

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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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