This is the built-in help made by Microsoft for the command 'Get-RDCertificate', in PowerShell version 5 - as retrieved from
Windows version 'Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard' PowerShell help files on 2016-06-23.
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Gets certificates associated with RDS roles.
Get-RDCertificate [[-Role] <RDCertificateRole>] [-ConnectionBroker <String>] [<CommonParameters>]
The Get-RDCertificate cmdlet gets certificates associated with Remote Desktop Services (RDS) roles.
This cmdlet modifies an object that contains the following information:
-- Subject. The subject of the certificate.
-- SubjectAlternateName. A list of subject alternative name entries of the certificate.
-- IssuedBy. Common name of the issuer of the certificate.
-- IssuedTo. Common name of the IssuedTo field of the certificate.
-- ExpiresOn. Expiration date of the certificate.
-- Thumbprint. Thumbprint of the certificate.
-- Role. Remote desktop role service name. The possible roles are: RDGateway, RDWebAccess, RDRedirector, and RDPublishing.
-- Level. Certification level.
The certification levels are:
-- Not Configured. The role service is not configured with a certificate or the certificate is not valid.
-- Untrusted. The role service is configured with a self-signed certificate.
-- Trusted. The role service is configured with either enterprise certificate or public certificate.
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Example 1: Get certificates for an RD Connection Broker
PS C:\> Get-RDCertificate -ConnectionBroker "RDConnectionBroker.Contoso.com"
This command gets certificates for server roles for the RD Connection Broker server named RDConnectionBroker.Contoso.com.