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I am setting up a Windows 2012 RDS "Farm" to present the published app from multiple RDS hosts to a group of users.

Question, do I need to configure certificates  on "RD Connection Broker - Enable SSO" and "RD Connection Broker - Publishing" for my deployment?  If yes, may someone suggest a good article of explaining why and the step by step of setting that up?  

Do I just go to any web server and create some sort of wild card cert, put it to a network share and configure "RD Connection Broker - Enable SSO" and "RD Connection Broker - Publishing"?

Please advise.
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You could refer to article written on RDS Gurus site which nicely explains everything:

http://www.rdsgurus.com/ssl-certificates/windows-2012-r2-how-to-create-a-mostly-seamless-logon-experience-for-your-remote-desktop-services-environment/

You could also refer to the link below which also show how to do some of the tasks via PowerShell:

https://ryanmangansitblog.com/2013/03/10/configuring-rds-2012-certificates-and-sso/
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Mohammed, thanks a lot.  

The link is the best compare to the ones I have read so far.  

Thanks,
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