rds gateway and changed certificate

we have inherited a setup with a terminal server and a gateway, where the certificate is expired. We've deleted the old certificate and configured the new one.
But still - the old one is presented.
but why??

We can see that the server is installed with Win2012R2 but it seems that the old terminal services gateway is configured, not the RDS gateway in Win2012.
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Jakob DigranesSenior ConsultantAsked:
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Alex GreenProject Systems EngineerCommented:
It's probably still in IIS, load up IIS on the RDS gateway and look for it.


That may help


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Jakob DigranesSenior ConsultantAuthor Commented:
OK ----- the error was rather freakish.
The customer have 2 different sites, with 2 different AD-forests.
* AD Forest 1 use Direct Access
* AD Forest 2 use Terminal Services and RD Gateway
* AD Forest 2 had TS Gateway (almost) fully configured
* AD Forest 1 had a TS Gateway setup collocated on a server with several other roles
* but still, Users access TS Server traversing from AD Forest 1 - via Site-2-Site VPN to AD Forest 2.

noticed this when I looked at IIS settings for TS Gateway in AD Forest 2 and noticed a spelling error. A new DNSLOOKUP resolved to a somewhat similar public IP with .2 rather than .122 at the end - which was terminated at firewall in AD Forest . Mostly luck - but the web page in the link put me on to this
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