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Outlook Anywhere and Remote desktop both over 443 port

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Our customer would use Outlook Anywhere and Remote Desptop (Terminal Server). both over port 443
Systemoveriew.
Physical Server
SBS Server 2008 Premium with Exchange 2007 SP3
Installed Rolles: DC DHCP DNS HyperV ISS Certificate Server
Virtual Server
Server 2008 Standard 64bit
Installed Rolles: Terminal Server, IIS, Remote Desktop Web

Outlook Anywhere works without failure over the 443 Port. on the physical Server
Is it possible that Remotedesktop works also over the 443 Port on the Virtual Server ?

Is there a router can forward the port to 443 to two IP addresses?
Is there a way to fruition the projekt ?

Thanks in Advance
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Cliff Galiher earned 500 total points
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You will need two public IP addresses and a business-class router/UTM device that can forward one public IP to one private IP and the other public IP to a different private IP. This is a common setup and easily doable, but does require the proper infrastructure.

A bit off-topic, running Virtual Server on SBS is not supported. You'd be far better off setting up a Hyper-V server and then running SBS and your second server both as guest OS's of Hyper-V.

-Cliff
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by:kalmihtb
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Hello Tahnks for your answer
Is there any other way to to fruition the projekt ?
Like Routing & Ras ?
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Nope. SBS has specific requirements, and if thsoe requirements conflct with your other app, as it sounds like they do, then you have to resolve the issoue in front f SBS, hence doing so at the network edge.
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