Normally this isn’t an issue and when encountering such a message in a RDP session, one can select the option I want to complete this action by entering my credentials on the authentic Windows logon screen, hit <CTRL> <ALT> <END> and enter the required credentials.
However, in this case the RDP session was a ‘double-hop’ AKA a RDP session in another one. So when I hit <CTRL> <ALT> <END> I got the logon screen related to my first RDP session and not the one which mattered, the second one.
Starting the on-screen keyboard (osk.exe) didn’t work here as well.
This one is really SIMPLE only when you know it. When you don’t you’re looking everywhere for an answer. Gladly a systems engineer of the customer pointed this one out to me which saved me a lot of time.
After having selected the option I want to complete this action by entering my credentials on the authentic Windows logon screen, you go to the start button and select the option Windows Security, as depicted here:
Now all is well and MomCertImport.exe will continue to function .
As you can see, live is never dull and an installation of OM12 never the same…