How to create a certificate request and add it in Thinfinity Remote Desktop

How to create a certificate request and add it in Thinfinity Remote Desktop

In order to create a certificate request we will have to open Thinfinity Remote Desktop Broker and select “add”

How to create a certificate request and add it in Thinfinity Remote Desktop
In here the protocol should be changed to “HTTPS” and click on “New”
How to create a certificate request and add it in Thinfinity Remote Desktop
On this screen click on “Create a certificate request” and then “Ok”
How to create a certificate request and add it in Thinfinity Remote Desktop
In here fill the blanks with your information, and when you finish click “Create”
How to create a certificate request and add it in Thinfinity Remote Desktop
When you create the certificate request, you will create two files “Request” and “Private key” , please save both files.
After you have the request you can get your certificate in “Let’s Encrypt”, Verisign, GoDaddy or a similar provider.
Once you acquire your certificate, you must import it to Thinfinity VirtualUI. We recommend using a Pfx format for your certificate.
In order to update your certificate, Select “New” and then “import certificate”
How to create a certificate request and add it in Thinfinity Remote Desktop
On the certificate Import Wizard press “Next”
How to create a certificate request and add it in Thinfinity Remote Desktop
Select the certificate, and then press next,
How to create a certificate request and add it in Thinfinity Remote Desktop
After this you will choose the option “Automatically select the certificate store based on the type of certificate”
How to create a certificate request and add it in Thinfinity Remote Desktop
On this screen you will hit “Finish”
How to create a certificate request and add it in Thinfinity Remote Desktop
After this you should be able to see the certificate on the dropdown menu.
How to create a certificate request and add it in Thinfinity Remote Desktop
Just to ensure it updates, you can restart the Thinfinity Remote Desktop service.
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