I am needing to have some of my users to have access to our network from their home. We have our firewall controlled by third party. I ask them about how to give access to my users and they said I need to setup a terminal server on our DMZ. They said once I have the terminal server up and running they will be able to setup the rules, and users for the firewall. I have been reading the articles about setting up a terminal server. From what I can figure out, I need to setup a Terminal Server then a Terminal Services Licensing Server (TSLS).
It sounds like I am suppose to setup the TSLS on a Domain Controller. How does this work if I am doing this for remote users outside our company. Do I still put it on the Domain Controller on our backbone then the Terminal Server on the DMZ? Will this still work? Not sure what I am suppose to do in this case.