C10LE logon error. CERT_EXPIRED

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  • #7116
    Avatar-sar-
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    Hi.

    I have a problem with my new C10LE.
    i run a windows 2008R2 terminalserver.

    i have used Wyse S10 (15ea), and one C10LE.

    now ia hav bought 2 new C10LE. – which i dont get to work…

    the only difference i can se is that the one C10LE that works is with System Version 7.0.0_30

    the 2 new ones is 7.1_033

    when i switch them on the find my wnos.ini file, and i can see my 4 differnt screensize logons.

    when i try to connect with one of the logon icons i get the logon window and enter my username/password..

    the i get an “connection fail” CERT_EXPIRED

    in the event log:
    1: System Version 7.1_033 (ROM: 1.0B)
    2:CPU version: VIA Eden Processor 1000MHz
    3:Ethernet device version VT6122 Gigabit adapter
    4:VGA: offscreen video ram = 229MB
    5:Waiting for network link
    6:AUDIO Change record device to HD Audio
    8:AUDIO: Change playback device to HD Audio
    9:Looking up IP adress from DHCP
    10: VUSB: local Device(0x03f0,0x0024,0x03,0x01,0x02)
    11:USB: Found a new device “HID” on port 1
    12:Contacting file server
    13: Accessing system profile
    14:VUSB Local Device(0x046d,0xc045,0x03,0x01,0x02)
    15 USB: Found new device “HID” on port 2
    16: Cheking Software ftp:/wnos/C10_wnos …
    17: COnnect to teh host xxx.xx.xx.xxx …
    18RDP: NLA CredSSP Authentication
    19: RDP: NLA CredSSP Authentication failed
    20: ERROR: Connection failed
    21: Connect to the host xxx.xxx.xxx.xx …
    22: RDP NLA CredSSP Authentication
    23: SSL: error ERR_CERT_EXPIRED!
    24:SSL: unable to setup connection , (err=7606)
    ..

    the only thing i have in the wnos.ini file is:

    AutoLoad=2
    #
    #
    privilege=low
    #
    #
    SignOn=0
    Desktop=medilogo.jpg
    ShutdownCounter=3
    Language=no
    #
    connect=RDP
    description=”Ny Server – høy”
    icon=icon1.ico
    Host=172.17.44.7
    resolution=1280×1024
    Fullscreen=yes
    autoconnect=0
    #
    connect=RDP
    description=”Ny Server – medium”
    icon=icon1.ico
    Host=172.17.44.7
    resolution=1024×768
    Fullscreen=yes
    autoconnect=0
    #
    connect=RDP
    description=”Ny Server – lav”
    icon=icon1.ico
    Host=172.17.44.7
    resolution=800×600
    Fullscreen=yes
    autoconnect=0
    #
    connect=RDP
    description=”Ny Server – Wide”
    icon=icon1.ico
    Host=172.17.44.7
    resolution=1920×1080
    Fullscreen=yes
    autoconnect=0
    #
    #

    any tips??

    #21783
    ConfGenConfGen
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    Can you try either
    SessionConfig=RDP EnableNLA=no
    or
    SessionConfig=RDP EnableNLA=yes

    CG

    #22109
    Avatar-sar-
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    • Newbie

    that worked,

    Thanks!! 🙂

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