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remote desktop services 2008 web access

Posted on 2011-09-08
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Hi,

I have a terminal services gateway set up which allows RDP to LAN computers across the internet without VPN, and now I'm trying to set up RD Web Access.  The site works, I can log in, and I can see my remote apps listed.  When I click on an App, it gives me the warning window with Connect/Cancel buttons.  It indicates that the remote computer is my RDS server (local fqdn) and my gateway server's public fqdn.  When I click connect, it asks for my credentials but it doesn't accept them.  It indicates  The logon attempt failed.  

Any ideas?? thanks
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by:SuperTaco
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Check the RPC virtual directory in IIS.  make sure Windows integrated authentication is allowed.  
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by:ccwestbrook
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Thanks, did that already.  Before doing that it said the gateway was unavailable.  Now its just not liking the credentials.  Also using TMG to publish gateway and web access.  Gateway and RDS web access are on separate servers with separate listeners/IPs on TMG.  Using a godaddy ssl wildcard cert for internet domain.  
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had to fix several issues with certificates and TMG publishing now it works
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by:ccwestbrook
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multiple issues had to be fixed
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