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how to block the default page on ts web access

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I'm using ts gateway and ts web access on the same box for remote users. It's working great, but I don't want them to be able to browse to https://extranet but I still need them to access https://extranet/ts How do I do this?
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Lock down the root and allow anonymous on sub dir in iis
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