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Remote Web Workplace URL redirect safety

Hello Experts,
I would like to put a redirect on a clients website to so when they go to: www.clientsite.com/remote, the are automatically redirected to their Small Business Server 2003 Remote Web Workplace: https://go.clientsite.com/remote. Is this a safe thing to do? I don't want to open my clients SBS sites up to brute force attacks and at the same time, want it so be easier for them to find the site anywhere. Please let me know if you think this a safe thing to do. Thanks!
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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Hi Guys, Thanks. I never thought the redirect would prevent brute force attacks but rather was worried it would create them.
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Open IIS /SBS Web Applications /Remote /Authorization Rules/ Deny
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