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Remote Desktop Passthrough?

Posted on 2009-04-01
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I have a client with 1 external IP address and a total of 10 servers/PCs on their network all with Remote Desktop enabled.  Is there some way to setup a Remote Desktop pass-through?  

Remote Administrator lets you specify a computer to use as a gateway so that you can have one externally available connection that will route to others and I am looking for something similar to that but for Remote Desktop.  

I can use either Windows 2003 R2 servers or a Vista Ultimate PC as the pass-through computer.
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Not that I know of Remote Desktop can pass-through or rather be the proxy from what I understand. You can change the listening port of the rdp protocol though so you can make use of just 1 external IP.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306759

If you are open to options, you can try ultravnc which has a repeater add-on.
http://www.uvnc.com/addons/repeater.html
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