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how can I setup a port redirect in ISA 2006

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I am moving a company from an old sonicwall to an ISA 2006 firewall and they are using port redirects for Remote Desktop access.  I need to duplicate that until I can get remote web workplace setup and working.

Can the ISA 2006 firewall do this and how?  
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Hi ITSpecialistAZ1,

You will need to create a Server Publishing Rule. Select the protocol in the 'Traffic' tab (RDP in this case) and put the IP of the computer you actually want to access through RDP in the 'To' tab. If you want to publsh it to a non-standard port, in the 'Traffic' tab you can find a button called 'Ports...', you'll find there the option to change it.
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More details in setting Access Control to this rule, you can use this article:

http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/ISA-Firewall-Quick-Tip-Controlling-Access-Published-RDP-Servers.html
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