How do I get ISA Server 2006 to accept Remote Desktop Control from the internal network

I have ISA Server 2006 running in a simple configuration, using a Single Network Adapter.  It is running on an up-to-date Server 2003 box.  The ISA Server works fine as a firewall/proxy server for clients on the internal network.

I'd like to be able to control the ISA server from a client on the internal network.  Remote Desktop is turned on for the ISA server (system properties, remote, under control panel).  Remote desktop works fine from the client I am trying to control the ISA server with (i.e., it can control every other desktop I try to use it with.)

What other special settings must be performed within the ISA server management tool to allow remote desktop control?
dakota5Asked:
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Keith AlabasterEnterprise ArchitectCommented:
2 steps

create a new access rule in the ISA firewall policy for terminal services (RDP) from internal to local host. Apply the policy
edit the ISA System policy and make sure the remote control of ISA has been enabled to the internal interface.

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dakota5Author Commented:
Wow!  Done.
Thanks very much.
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Keith AlabasterEnterprise ArchitectCommented:
Thanks :)
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