I have a single 2008 R2 server configured with all the RDS roles and a self signed SSL certificate.
It's working fine but I would like to replace the self signed certificate with a third party one.
(So users can connect seamlessly)
Looking for a step by step guide or at least a short description of the steps from someone who's done it before.
So if there is IIS instance installed on terminal server, you can generate request from IIS itself
On terminal server you can open custom MMC console and load there local computer certificate personnel
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