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This might be a small problem that I am over looking. I have TS Installed and have set it up the way that I have setup many before, all policies have been created, SSL Cert installed.

When I navigate to the site https://ts.domain.com I am just getting the IIS Splash Page. I have gone through everything and still nothing.
Any help would be great.
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sharjeel ashraf earned 500 total points
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is the TS installed in a subfolder, i.e. terminalserver, if so try https://ts.domain.com/terminalserver.
the splash screen will only be displayed from the default site, under the root of iis.
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by:sharjeel ashraf
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alos try and disbale the default folder site. and change the host header name where the ts is installed to https://ts.domain.com
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by:csaroli
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If you are using remote web workplace try typing in https://ts.domain.com/remote

If you just are using simple Terminal Services you need to use Remote Desktop.
Go to Start>Run and then type in mstsc
in the "computer" field type in ts.domain.com
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by:zipp83
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try to add rdweb https://ts.domain.com/rdweb
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WOW, I knew I was missing something. I know better. Brain Fart

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