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I'm connecting from home to my office box (both win 7) using RemoteDesktop through gateway. Connection gets through but I get the gateway certificate not trusted message immediatelly. As per various sources and similar scenarios I click the "view certificate" in hope to find the "install certificate" button. However the button is simply not there even when I run the mstsc.exe with "run as admin" option.

My account is in administrators group and I have already disabled the UAC. Still no option to install the certificate.

Any insights would be much appreciated.

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Although I still do not see the "install certificate" even when on fresh installation of Win 8, these steps did it:

  • click on "view certificate" > "details" tab
  • save the certificate to file with "copy to file.." button
  • double-click on just saved certificate file
  • import it into proper store (trusted root CA in my case)
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You may just need to make sure it was imported to the machine store instead of the user store. – Scott Chamberlain Sep 4 '13 at 5:05

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