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RDS Certs - FQDN vs public domain

Hi guys,

Hoping somebody can help on this one. I have a new RDS environment Im rolling out on Server 2019, hosted in Azure.

Ive been provided with a wildcard cert for the companys external domain, which is where the external url will be published.

The problem is that the internal domain name is different. I presume this is a common enough scenario. At the moment if I look at the cert level on the RDS deployment everything shows as trusted with the external wildcard cert installed. However if I browse to the gateway from any internal device the browser revokes the cert as its for a different domain.

I found the following script which looks like it may be applicable.

https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Change-published-FQDN-for-2a029b80

Is this the correct process I should follow, or is there a better way to resolve?

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LeonLaude answered ·

Hi,

Q&A currently supports the products listed over here https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/answers/products (more to be added later on).

You can reach the experts in the dedicated RDS forum over here:
https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/home?forum=winserverTS

(Please don't forget to accept helpful replies as answer)

Best regards,
Leon


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Thanks Leon, I thought it may be applicable as a Windows query as its being setup on Windows Server 2019 using the native RDS roles.

I'll check on the technet forum, thanks for the quick reply.

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No problem, you're welcome.

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