RDP – certificate authority is invalid or incorrect

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    Avatarlolix
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    Hi,

     

    Upgrading from 8.6_303 to 8.6_511 I get now get a warning “certificate authority is invalid”

    We don’t have a PKI for our internal servers.

    I’ve been though installing and linking a certificate to the RDP listener for my RemoteApp servers which are used also by Windows clients. But I’d prefer not to have to do it for my full desktop RDSH servers.

    My Thin-clients users connect to one of the 7 RDSH listed servers (no broker) .

    What is the proper way to get rid of this warning  and have all my servers trusted ? (I mean apart from linking a signed certificate to the RDP listener)

    Also what is the dirty way ?… ( I mean, disabling that Certificate check)

     

    • This topic was modified 5 months ago by Avatarlolix.
    #53788
    ConfGenConfGen
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    Try to add
    SecurityPolicy=low
    to your wnos.ini

    CG

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    Avatarlolix
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    It works. Thanks a lot !

     

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