Ports forward in Microsoft ISA 2000

Posted on 2005-03-29
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How can i enable the RDP (Terminal Client) port forward in Microsoft ISA 2000?
e.g Real IP (port 3389) --> (port 3389)
Question by:kennycpu
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TannerMan earned 300 total points
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If you are wanting an internet based user to be able to Terminal Server to one of your internal clients you will need to do one of two things.
1) publish the internal Terminal Server
2) have the remote user VPN into your network and then connect to it.

I strongly suggest that you use a NON-standard port for your Terminal Server publishing. Keep the hackers guessing !!!! Here is the article to setup a non-standard port on your TS server and how to publish it.
Hope it helps.


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