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troubleshooting Question

Terminal server listening on two ports

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Is there a way to have a Windows 2008 Server listening on two different ports at once for Terminal Server connections. I have clients that must connect from different locations except that one of them is behind a firewall that blocks port 3389 outgoing.

I could change the listening port to something else than 3389 but I would still like to keep listening on the default port (less trouble). And once I have this done (if feasible), how do I set the outgoing client to connect on a different port?

Any suggestions for me to workaround this problem?

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