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Posted on 2016-08-02
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Hey Experts,

I have setup RDS in the following way:
VM Host: Windows Server 2012R2
VM Software: Hyper-V
1 VM Contains: RDS Connection Broker / Gateway / Licensing / Web
2 VMs are Hosts
Client PC: Windows 10

I am trying to run RemoteApp.  I have an app published and can connect to it via the RDWeb URL.  When I download the remoteapp icon and run it, I am prompted to login.  After I login, I get the following error message:

"The connection has been terminated because an unexpected server authentication certificate was received from the remote computer."

I have recreated the certificates for the Collection a few times now but still can't get past this error.  I've also imported the certificate to the host servers just in case there was some issue there.

Any ideas?

Thanks!
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If you remove one of the hosts from the farm does everything work fine?
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by:Philip Elder
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Is the farm connected to the Internet?

If not, then the certificate chain, if using third party trusted certificates, does not get built. Each certificate provider we've worked with provides a manual set of instructions for building that chain.

Watch out for certain certificate providers that require an intermediate certificate set to be installed _before_ installing the final keyed certificate. GoDaddy was one when we were working with their product a year or two ago.
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After removing one of the host servers from the pool, there was just too much weird stuff going on so I just blew everything away and started fresh.  Upon doing this, i was no longer getting the issue described above.

Thanks!
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by:IT Admin
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I started from scratch and that fixed the issue
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