Issue with SSL certification – SSL Error 59

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Hello,

Can any one help me to fix this error? The issue is that one of my clients is trying to connect our Citrix farm from a different domain. He received the following error:

“SSL Error 59: The server sent a security certificate identifying “uk911image.europe.alliedww.com”, the SSL connection was to “194.75.137.70”.”

He had no issues in connecting to the server from the same domain. I tried creating certificates for both the domains. I also tried changing the Gateway address for the other domain. Nothing helped.

Error:
“SSL Error 59: The server sent a security certificate identifying “uk911image.europe.alliedww.com”, the SSL connection was to “194.75.137.70”.”

Thanks,

Octavia

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Issue with SSL certification – SSL Error 59

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Hi friend,

Which domain service are you using is it Active directory domain service? Active directory domain service sometimes creates this type of problem. If you are using Windows Server 2003 then remove the entire active directory that you created before and then restart your computer. Now configure your TCP/IP again perfectly. Now try to install active directory again. Do not forget to select domain name. You have to use domain name with .com extension.

Also you need to set your TCP/IP protocol. If you are using Microsoft Windows Server 2008 then install TCP/IP and restart computer. Do not forget to select domain name. Now configure your router connection and install active directory

Answered By 0 points N/A #90504

Issue with SSL certification – SSL Error 59

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This error occurs when you are trying to reconnect or disconnect applications on the Advanced Access Control Logon Point. And the Presentation Server Farm in your Advanced Access Control Farm Properties is configured incorrectly than Web Interface. To resolve this issue, you just need to change the Access Gateway appliance name under your Advanced Access Control Farm properties so that it will match the Gateway Server FQDN on the Web Interface site.

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