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How do you publish a remote app using win server 2008 through an ISA 2006 server?

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Hi guys, I'm just trying to setup a windows 2008 R2 server to publish a remote app through an ISA 2006 server.  I just need a resource to get me started but have not been able to find anything comprehensive.  Does the SSL certificate stay hosted on the ISA serer or the application server?  We already have a certificate on the ISA server for some https traffic, but I read that you can solve that by multihoming the ISA and creating another web listener. At this point, I just need a guide as a starting point for best practices regarding this particular setup.  Thanks in advance.
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by:Suliman Abu Kharroub
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It depends on the application itself.

If you want to access the published website for the internet, then ,yes you should install the certificate on ISA server. however, you can use the same web listener, if you need to access the web application by the same IP , port number and authentication method.

In general, you can use the same certificate on more than one listener, and i recommend to do so because this configuration is more fixable.

Thanks!
Suliman
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I agree with Sulimanw. Use the existing web listener adn create basically another */<app name> after the site you already have published.
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ok, i'm getting to the webpage for the published app (through port 443), but when I go to click on the app, it will not open saying "remoteapp disconnected:  the remote computer could not connect"

i assume this is regarding 3389 not open to the terminal server.  is this correct?  i created an access rule but it did not work.  any suggestions?
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by:Suliman Abu Kharroub
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from monitoring, open the sessions tab and edit the filter to see which protocol is denied.
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Actually I figured it out.  it was to explicitly declare the servername in the RD Gateway configuration.
thanks all.
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figured it out on my own
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