Cert expired error 7606

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    The error seems to be quite self explanatory; however, I can’t find the issue.

    I have a SAN certificate used for my RDS setup that I created with selfssl7. The certificate works good on a windows 7 machine connecting to the RDS setup. I have placed the certificate into the store on the R10L terminal and when I try to connect it gives me an error Certificate expired error 7606. I have looked at the certificate on the terminal and everything is the same as the one on the windows 7 machine except for the valid from time for some reason. The date is the same just the time on the win 7 cert is 10:15:37 and on the terminal it is 16:15:37. Why would the time change when the cert is installed on the terminal? I have check the system time on the terminal and it is the same as the win7 machine and all of the servers in the RDS deployment.

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    I have waited until the valid time on the certificate on the terminal has passed and now the connection works; however, when I select an application I get an error “Server not found in kerberos database” error code 7. If anyone has any ideas I am all ears.

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    Scott

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    Ok I have figured out the above error. However, when I connect and all of the published applications are placed on the terminals desktop the VDI pool connection is not one of them. Instead it is a connection to one of the servers (session host). Is this not possible to have the connection to the vdi pool?

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