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XP Remote Desktop through sonicwall

Posted on 2004-10-11
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I want to access our network from outside of our sonicwall Pro using tsweb xp remote desktop. When we connect to tsweb and attempt to connect to an XP desktop behind the firewall we get a could not connect to server message. We are however able to use IE inside the firewall connect to tsweb and access the server. out and then in. NAT is operating on the sonicwall.
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Pete Long earned 125 total points
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ha ha Ive set this up today!

you only use port 80 to download the active X componant to the client, you also need port TCP  3389 open (forwarded) for it to work :)
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