Step 1: Install the RDP SSO client and SSO Server Root Certificate prior to connecting to the RDP SSO Server, you must first install the “SSO Server Root Certificate” and the “RDP SSO Client”
The SSO Server Root Certificate” is needed to avoid browser warnings and errors when connecting to https sites.
– Download and install this certificate as a Trusted Root Certification Authority.
– Also, the RDP SSO server can be accessed by downloading and installing the RDP SSO client.
These two setups (installers) can be found under
– SSO Server in the menu bar
– Navigate and click on SSO Server Status and
– Download both “SSO Server Root Certificate” and the “RDP SSO Client”
– Then install on your work station.
Note: To install the SSO Server Root Certificate “ProxyRoot Certificate”, you may require the elevated administrative right.
– After a successful installation, ” A successfully imported certificate dialog window will appear).
– Under the certification path of the Certificate installed, (it will show certificate not trusted because this has not been placed in the Trusted Root Certification Authority).
While placing this certificate in a certificate store you will be prompted with the following security warning “that you are trying to install the certificate from a certification authority (CA) claiming to represent bla bla bla 🙂
Click on yes to proceed. The certificate will be successfully imported and the error warning will give way.
Open your MMC console and place copy the certificate from the Personal Store and place it also in the “Trusted Root Certification Authority”
– If you type MMC from the search window and you cannot find it.
– Click on run
– Type MMC and hit enter (This will open up the MMC console)
Note: This has to be installed on every client workstation (PC) that will be using the SSO Server.
Note: The RDP SSO Client can be download here: http://downloads.pleasantsolutions.com/download/PasswordServer/188.8.131.52/PleasantRdpSSOClient.exe
You may require elevated privilege to have this installed.
Note: Ensure your browser settings are configured correctly.
Follow the steps here to test your SSO connection to a server