I have a 2012 RDS environment with a Gateway Server, Connection Broker, and 4 Session Hosts. I am using round robin DNS internally to direct remote.domainname.com to the 4 session hosts, with 4 A records, one for each host.
When I RDP to remote.domainname.com I am directed to one of the 4 session hosts, but I am getting a certificate prompt that the remote identity cannot be verified. Please see screenshot.
We are using an SSL cert on the gateway, so when I RDP in externally to remote.domainname.com with the gateway server and settings in advanced settings, I do not receive any cert prompts. This is because the cert is coming from the gateway, which is a trusted GoDaddy SSL cert.
However, internally, I am getting prompted with the local session host certs, since RDP is not going through the gateway. I know if I deployed each session hosts certs to all domain computers internally this would not prompt, but I believe there has to be another way. I am hoping someone has another option for me. I am wondering if there is a way to present the SSL cert to clients instead of the local session host name's cert. Thanks in advance.