Replacing Self Signed Remote Desktop Services Certificate on Windows

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5 Responses

  1. G says:

    how do you do this on Server 2012 R2

  2. ominojacu says:

    you state how to open the remote desktop session host configuration, but now how to change the certificate from there.

  3. NM says:

    Is there any way to completely disable the creation of self-signed certificates in Windows 2012r2? If you delete the self-signed certificate, when you restart the terminal server services, it recreates it – regardless of whether you have a registered one or not installed.

  4. Kevin Jeffery Wesley says:

    The certificates for RDS are in the deployment section. Edit the deployment properties. Mind that you will have to provide a PFX cert file for this, and the uses of the certificate ideally will not be restricted.

  5. Brilliant guide! Helped us sort out a vulnerability detection from our OpenVAS server against the use of SHA1 certs for remote desktop (now using SHA256!).

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