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unable to Remote Desktop using NetScreen 5GT

Posted on 2007-03-27
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we have one static IP from ISP. our server is 2003 SBS. we just added the NS 5GT to the network. I already open the port 3389 and 5900 for Remote Desktop and VNC under VIP. Also, I configured the policies to allow RD and VPN. But somehow, neither RD nor VNC works. I have DEP turned on on the 2003 server, but I allow the services for remote connections. please help!!!
P.S: I've never used NS before. Now, I'm wonder why it has to be so complicated. :(
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by:Rob Williams
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As a first step, from the SBS go to   http://www.canyouseeme.org  and test for port 3389 and 5900. This will verify if the port forwarding and policies are configured properly on the Netscreen.
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got it figured out. When create custom service in NS, i put 3389 and 5900 for source (not supposed to). Edit those, good to go. Thanks!
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by:Rob Williams
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Excellent. Glad to hear.
Cheers !
--Rob
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