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Windows Server 2012 Unified Remote Access Planning and Deployment by Bala Natarajan, Erez Ben-Ari

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IP-HTTPS and NLS certificates

As you may recall from previous sections, one of the three available client connectivity options is IP-HTTPS, with which the IPv6 packets are encapsulated inside HTTPS traffic. To establish the HTTPS connection, the URA server requires a certificate, and you will need to get one from a commercial certificate provider, or from your own certificate authority server. When we discussed this topic earlier, we noted that the URA wizard can generate a self-signed certificate, but unfortunately, this option does not apply to multisite deployments, and therefore, you'll have to deal with it. Using the Certificate Authority role in Windows is perfectly fine for this, but do keep in mind that the clients need to trust this ...

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