We have a machine that we would like to allow Remote Desktop access for. The machine is in our SBS 2003 network.
Right now we can Remote Desktop directly to the machine as long as we are on another machine that is on our network (if we're on the network via VPN or via a direct connection, Remote Desktop works).
However, we would like to be able to give a client remote access to this machine - without them having to log onto our network or use VPN.
We've already setup the machine to listen for Remote Desktop connections via port 3390.
However, because our SBS machine uses 2 NICs, we cannot forward port 3390 directly to the machine from the router. We can forward it to the SBS machine - and I assume there are some fairly simple settings to have SBS, in turn, forward it to the appropriate specific machine.
Can anyone help us provide the appropriate forwarding so that we can give Remote Desktop access to this machine from anywhere on the Internet?