Direct access IPHTTPS error 0x800b010f

Hi

I have a test AD and a Direct Access test server for testing purposes running Windows 2012 R2.

After deploying DA using the wizard and everything is green on the Direct Access server in Dashboard view.
I am using 1 NIC setup with NAT (Behind an edge Device with single network adapter) and only want to test IP-HTTPS.

Testing a Win10 Client connected and joined to the test domain, policies is received but i can not Connect.
The IP Connectivity test fails with error code 0x800b010f when i use DA Client troubleshooting tool.
It seems it is related to something with Certificate, the Certificate i use is from an internal CA server i setup and using for testing.


BR
Elefanten
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
Did you properly port forward 443 on the edge device?  Usually a certificate error would represent differently. This looks simply like a failed connection, which is almost always the edge device.
Elefanten123Author Commented:
Ok issue is solved, i removed the Certificate that was deployed from our internal CA and used a Certificate from Verisign instead on DA server and the client and now it works fine.

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