I have a new group of 2012 R2 servers. I have installed remote desktop services on them and configured a collection. The collection name is "farm1", and I have configured the round robin style DNS enteries for "farm1" to point to each IP of the terminal servers. So for each server, there is a "farm1" host record with the name "farm1" that points to the IP address of the terminal server.
Everything is working, except when anyone tries to connect, they get the dreaded error message: " The remote computer could not be authenticated due to problems with it's security cert"
Cert errors: " The certificate is not from a trusted certifying authority"
I have installed Active Directory Certificate Services, and created my Enterprise root CA. This is where I need the help.
Can someone please provide me exact steps on duplicating a template in the Cert manager of my CA, publish the cert to be available to install on the servers. Then, the steps to install it to the servers. I have not ever had a need to deploy AD CS before, and I have very limited knowledge in the subject. Please provide very detailed steps and it would be much appreciated. I do not wish to just " Don't ask me again".
How do I get the proper certificate from my own internal CA, to prevent this popup?
I have 4 terminal servers. They are named TS1 TS2 TS3 and TS4. They are load-balanced, so when someone RDP to the collection name" Farm1 ", they will get load-balanced to one of the TS servers.
Thanks in advance.