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Unable to RDP to different subnets

After setting up our ISA server we can RDP to the same subnet the ISA server is on, but we can not RDP to any other subnet. I noticed the route information for the external nic has the subnets we can not RDP too listed. I've added our internal subnets to the addresses tab for our internal network, but still we have the same result.
Any advice would be appreciated
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did this issue happen after ISA installation ?
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I never tried it before install.
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Missed this question. What is the device you have rdp'ed to? Is that on the ISA itself or a machine that is internal to ISA?
If it is internal, but the next machine you want to rdp to is outside of ISA, do you have an rdp access rule from internal to external in the firewall policy?
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For example, Our ISA server internal ip is 10.2.1.1 and I am trying to RDP to 10.7.1.11. I have the 10.7.0.0 subnet listed on the Internal network ip range list. I can RDP to anything in 10.2.0.0 but nothing in 10.7.0.0. I'm wondering, I do not have a gateway listed on my internal NIC, but I thought it is suggested not to put a gateway in for the internal NIC? So, my issue is routing; traffic going to 10.7.0.0 does not know where to go since I do not have a gateway listed. Am I supposed to put gateway information somewhere?
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