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    ISA Remote Access Issue

    I'm able to configure ISA to allow RDC from machines on site, however I'm having troubles setting it up so I can connect from off site.

    I've created a NAT on a free outside ip address that routes directly to the internal ISA server. (This is only a temporary thing)

    The outside RDC is unable to connect, so I redirected destination ip of the NAT to go to a non ISA server and it connects just fine (so I know it's not a firewall or nat issue.)

    I donít want to go into detail of what I've done, hoping not to persuade suggestions on what else to do. I'm not void of overlooking the obvious.


    Any suggestions are welcome.
    Jesse

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    Have you enabled remote desktop on the machines. Is a terminal server an option? Have you looked at the secure gateway features in server 2008?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    Have you enabled remote desktop on the machines. Is a terminal server an option? Have you looked at the secure gateway features in server 2008?
    Thanks for the reply. I am still trying to resolve this issue though.

    1:Have you enabled remote desktop on the machines. Yep yep.
    2:Is a terminal server an option? My kneejerk reaction is "No", but it's only because I have no idea what it is.
    3:Have you looked at the secure gateway features in server 2008? There is no Server 2008 on site, no funds for it anytime soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmair View Post
    Thanks for the reply. I am still trying to resolve this issue though.

    1:Have you enabled remote desktop on the machines. Yep yep.
    2:Is a terminal server an option? My kneejerk reaction is "No", but it's only because I have no idea what it is.
    3:Have you looked at the secure gateway features in server 2008? There is no Server 2008 on site, no funds for it anytime soon.
    A Terminal server allows you to have lots of remote desktop connections on one server. It costs though so you wont be able to do it.

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    ISA server does not let RDP traffic in by default you must go either add a new rule that allows RDP from the external interface to the Local Host or change the main RDP rule in the ISA server system settings.



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