PCI For Windows Server 2012

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Am getting an error message when i perform scan on my windows server 2012 machine as "SSL Certificate Cannot Be Trusted www (8443/tcp) " How do i fix this ? Any Help?
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Gajendra RathodLead System AdministratorCommented:
First found out which application is running on this port using

netstat -ano | findstr  8443

Note down PID.

Open task manager and find the application having this PID.
IsaacGracesoftAuthor Commented:
Thank you for the answers am trying to figure out will keep you all posted
IsaacGracesoftAuthor Commented:
Port 3389 is listening to SVChost.exe? How to deal with it?
Gajendra RathodLead System AdministratorCommented:
It is RDP port (3389). By default Windows will create a self-signed certificate automatically for use with RDP.

Please added domain signed certificate to RDP.
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