ThinOS 9.1 – RDP – SSL Hand shake failed

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    Avatarlolix
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    Hi,

    Trying to connect through RDP to a Windows 2019 RDSH server, the Dell-Wyse 5070 log says “SSL Hand Shake failed”.

    THe RDSH server has a properly signed (not self-signed) certificate linked to the RDP listener. At least this certificate is well recognized by Windows clients.

    I have pushed the certificate to the Dell-Wyse 5070. At the certificate / certification path, the Dell-Wyse 5070 says “Certificate is OK”.

    Any hints ?

    #63184
    AvatarTheBlauni
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    Same problem over here!

    #67158
    Avatarlolix
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    I had open a incident at Dell. Apparently this is not a known bug.

    Because I have no time to debug ThinOS 9 for Dell (and because I’m forced to stick to ThinOS 8 for my 5010, which are 90% of my devices), I closed the incident w/o resolution.

    I’ll test the next release…

    Hopefully someone else will have time to check that.

    Not being able to open a most basic RDP connection is flabbergasting.

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    ConfGenConfGen
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    Can you post a screenshot of the Certificate Manager on ThinOS?
    Which certificate did you import?
    Root? Intermediate? Server? Client?

    CG

    #72162
    Avatarlolix
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    This was most probably linked to RDP GPO security policy that was (I think) set to RDP instead of “negotiate” (or SSL) or simply a matter of server reboot after certificate install.

    I can’t tell for sure because I had to deal with a number of other thing in the mean time (WMS 3.1 re-install, my test 5070 device’s motherboard change..). The servers have been rebooted a couple of times, I don’t remeber having changed the prod GPO , rather the test one

    Anyway, now it works.

     

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    I didn’t even push the servers certificates to the device…

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