do i need to create an "A" record for RWW in sbs 2008

Posted on 2009-04-16
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
I am setting up a new SBS 08 server and am having a little trouble with the Remote Web Workplace. Here are some Details. DNS is hosted at godaddy (as recomended by MS)
web and email are hosted at If i try to connect using "" i get page cannot be displayed error. but i can connect by using"https://ipaddress/remote. am i close?
Thanks everyone.
Question by:rtstiehl
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    I'm pretty sure GoDaddy gives you control over your domain's public DNS via a Web page, so log into that page and check for a host record named "remote."  If it's not there, it needs to be created if you want to be able to access your server via a fully-qualified domain name from the Internet.

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