Hi have had a problem i can’t seem to figure out and can’t seem to find an answer on the net.
Our setup is simple:
1 server is running Win2008R2 acting as a Remote desktop Gateway server and an Exchange 2010 Client access server. (we do have other servers on the network this one just acts as a gateway)
We got a San certificate from Go daddy which we use to access remotely to webmail/Outlook Anywhere through this server.
All remote exchange comms with hostname mail.abcd.com work fine so we know the certificate is fine.
We have port 443 open.
The install of the role went through fine I tried to keep the default settings to avoid to many changes…. Installed the role. Added the mail.abcd.com certificate. Added the users to the CAP, selected the allow to any network resource in the RAP. All seems ok.
I have added the certificate to the server personal and trusted root containers as well as a few external clients I’m using for testing. (these clients use XP and win7)
The NPS is set to default install…(don’t know if this is causing it, can’t see anything specific)
Our problem is when we attempt to connect to a machine on the local network through the RD gateway remotely using the default workstation remote desktop connection we keep getting the logon error and it keeps prompting for credentials.
If I try using the rdweb page I still can´t connect to any local machines. (I have verified local machines do have allow remote connections enabled.)
I have spent days reading up forums and there is a lot about this but it all points to the same thing which I have tried…
I have tried:
Verifying that the Default Web is not redirecting anywhere.
I can logon to the site https://mail.****.co.uk/rpc
and it gives me a blank white page.
I have tried going to my IIS\default web site\rdweb\pages and changing the application setting “DefaultTsGateway” and adding the hostname, mail.abcd.com
There is nothing in the logs that point to anything.
All services are running, RDGateway: RPC: IIS: etc.
Using the RDP client internally does not work either. (If I enable the bypassing internal address locally it works)
Using the RDWEB page I can connect locally but I’m sure it’s because its bypassing internal address locally.
Because I have Outlook anywhere and exchange 2010 client access installed I have been very careful with this as I have many client connecting remotely.
Any help would be appreciated.