I have two Windows 2008 R2 servers. Both have RDWeb and RDSH installed. Both have RemoteApps. However, only one has a public SSL certificate. I want the applications to load from one RDWeb and behave like they were installed on one server so that I can use
the same directory structure and same useranme/passwords.
What do I need for this? I would rather stay away from session broker. Below is the problem I am facing using pictures. It's the two different IPs that I am seeing:
1- I have a 2nd certificate that is not a SAN certificate. Can I use that? Or would that be a problem still because we are browsing to another site?
2- Would two separate certificates work fine if the users were only using RemoteApp .rdp shortcuts instead of RDWeb?
3- Is there any way to not get asked for Username/Password again without a publicly issued Certificate? Right now I am getting asked for Username/Password again because SSL certificate is not public. I have another server with SSL certificate and that
doesn't ask username/password again.
Edited byTorontobThursday, January 31, 2013 5:40 PM
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