App-V: Troubleshooting common RTSPS issues

Following are some of the common problems customers may run into when using RTSPS. These’re based on specific errors and their likely causes. Please bear in mind that some of these errors may occur under other contexts so understand that the context here is strictly related to RTSP. Common RTSPS Problem #1: Users receive the […]

Following are some of the common problems customers may run into when using RTSPS. These’re based on specific errors and their likely causes. Please bear in mind that some of these errors may occur under other contexts so understand that the context here is strictly related to RTSP. Common RTSPS Problem #1: Users receive the following error on publishing refresh or when trying to stream an application via RTSP: "The specified Application Virtualization Server has shut down the connection. Try again in a few minutes. If the problem persists, report the following error code to your System Administrator." "Error Code: xxxxxx-xxxxxx0A-10000009". When this occurs in Windows Server 2003 as the underlying operating system, you’ll need to modify the actual certificate store permissions using the WinHttpCertCfg command. Additional information on using WinHttpCertCfg.exe tools is available here.

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