This is SBS2003 with a 2003 Terminal server on the same network. I am using a single network card on the SBS Server. Therefore the router is on the internal network and I am not using ISA Server.
I have configured the router to send RDP traffic to the Terminal Server, but I would also like to be able to administer the SBS Server remotely. I know I can change the listening port of the SBS Server and do it that way, but I think this would also mean that I have to specify that port number when accessing it internally.
Is there any way I can access the SBS box internally just by using it's name, and also access it on a different port when logging in remotely?
Currently i am logging into the Terminal Server remotely, and from there, opening am RDP session into the SBS box.