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I have a Server (2003 SP2, fully patched) at an off site location. I need to be able to use TSWeb to access it. Instead of using a VPN and then using RDP. I have been reading about TS Gateway which is what my question is about. TS Gateway will allow you to tunnel RDP traffic over SSL. My issue is I can not figure out how to install it or rather if it can be used in 2003 Server or if it is just a Longhorn thing. I have browsed around quite a bit in the last few days trying to find info on it but there is very little out there. Any info would be of great assistance. I am really wanting to use this feature versus using something 3rd Party, but any suggestions are welcomed.

Little More info. I have locked down the TSWEB portion using a Verisign Cert. I think that only works for connection. All the traffic I see is still going unencrypted over 3389 when I use RDP Web.
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To the best of my knowledge this is only a function of Longhorn. To date I have seen no way of incorporating otherwise. Good white paper on using with Longhorn if interested:
download.microsoft.com/.../9/70964f31-bac7-4379-b8bf-17ef35301ace/TECHEDSEA2006_SLIDES/HOL/SVR008_Manual.doc
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