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RDP client using 3389 in stead of 443

Posted on 2010-11-14
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Hello experts,

I think i have setup the ts gateway and ts web access,
The cert workd and i get the TS-Web page via https on the client computer.

I activare a remote app program.

When i check with a tcp connection viewer i see it is stil using port 3389,
I think it should tunnel rdp over 443, so i expect to se a tcp  connection using 443.

Wat is going wrong?
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by:renazonse
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You need to go the advanced tab within the remote desktop client and configure the connect from anywhere settings. Here's an article that explains the process:

http://blogs.technet.com/b/nking/archive/2008/05/31/port-3389-remote-web-workplace-and-the-terminal-services-gateway.aspx
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by:bastouw
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Thank you for your answer,

How do i setup this on a single 2008 standard server, it is for a small situation and i do not see RWW   in the standard options and functions.

Is it possible to set it up one single server 2008?

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RWW solved the problem
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