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When I log onto my Remote Desktop services using the following credentials:
domain\username
password

I get the correct screen with the published icons

When I click on one of the published icons I then need to re-enter credentials before the application ppens
Can someone please explain why the 2 sets of credentials

I am using server 2012 R2
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What you are looking for is Single Sign-On (SSO).  Refer to link below as it shows step by step on how to enable SSO:

http://ryanmangansitblog.com/2013/03/10/configuring-rds-2012-certificates-and-sso/
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One question:
When i try to add an untrusted cert for the RD Gateway I get a success notification then an error telling me that the server cannot be contacted
Is this due to the cert being untrusted?
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Pretty well
I have now managed to get to the stage where the error being shown when I access the RDWeb apps is "The computer can't verify the identity of the RD Gateway "xxxx.local"
This is presumably due to the fact that I am not using a FQDN cert
At least I know
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If the certificate is self signed, you will get that message.  If you have Certificate Server role installed and issue your own certificates, you could add your domain to the local intranet net and you will not get those messages.
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Can you go through the steps please:
Installing the cert role and adding the cert to the local intranet.net
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Windows 2012 R2
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Instructions are pretty much the same.
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