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Cisco webvpn and remote desktop web connection

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i have configured a webvpn conection trough my asa5510 everything is working fine. I can access my intranet web site and everything, but i also wanted to give access to remote desktop trough remote desktop web conection but when browsing to this url the only thing that i got is a blank page, from my network everything is working (rdp)....first i tought it was the activex control but now i'm not sure because it's suppose to be a great way to use outlook web access that rely heavily on activex control.....someone has a clue fro me ????

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did you open the correct ports?
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yes i did !
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the url should be http://server/tsweb for terminal services, if this is working internally, check that the webvpn is forwarding to this URL. This is not RDP though in the true sense.

Outlook web access is obviously something else ie http or https://server/exchange
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Have you ever work on that specific problem, the url is ok (work internally). this is not a url problem.  
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Not suggesting it is, just asking if this is the url you have published within the webvpn setting
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Hi keith !

everything is working fine, i used the port redirection feature to log with rdp, thank's for your help !!!
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Welcome & thanks
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