I have managed to setup and configure an ISA 2004 server.
My next step is to configure my ISA 2004 to use Port Forwarding on Remote Desktop.
For example, if I log in remotely and enter my external IP of <externalip:9999> I should go straight to a internal PC which has been published by my ISA 2004.
The following link was given to me which explains it better: http://www.isaserver.org/articles/2004pubts.html
Now my question is, I did what the above link said I must do, but cant get it to work. I am obviously missing something along the way.
Also, at the moment, I am able to login remote, because I have setup and rule for it, but as soon as I add a rule for port forwarding and add the port to my IP address when using Remote Desktop, it just does not want to make the link.
Thanks so much and any help will be much appreciated.
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