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Posted on 2014-11-25
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Hello,

I have been trying to work out an issue with our Remote App farm.

I have server A as my RDweb, gateway, and broker server.

I have servers B and C as RDSH servers. They are part of a farm labeled RemoteFarm.domain.local. When our users try and connect to the published applications through RDweb, they enter  their credentials and are then prompted to connect to this following untrusted server. (no third party cert installed) If they were to hit server B, it redirects over to server C. They see this as two prompts that come up stating the server is untrusted before they can successfully connect to the remote app.

RemoteFarm.domain.local is a DNS entry for Server B and C's ip addresses. (RR)

Any suggestions on how to get prompt-1 from showing twice, as it balances between the servers, would be great. (Screenshots attached)
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Question by:victory2201
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publish the certificate using group policy to eliminate the error message.
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