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Windows 2012 RemoteApp Certificate Error

Posted on 2014-11-05
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Hello im having a hard time to make remoteapp work correctly on my Windows 2012 R2 server

Ive installed and configured Remote Desktop Service

Ive create a certificate from my windows 2003 R2 CA and import it in the deployment properties (look at my screenshot)

I then created a GPO to import this certificates on pc in the "Trust Root Certification Authorities"

I bind the certificate in IIS on the default website on port 443

When i access the website in IE i always get the certificate error

Even on the server i get the certificate error

What should i do ?

Thanks !
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You have to use the remote desktop section of server manager to assign certificates to RD services. Doing so through IIS is ineffective because there are several non-web services involved with RDS and secured by certificates.
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Well if you look at the screen shots I've done it

Is it what you are talking?
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After a reboot everything is ok now i don't understand but it worked :)
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