Can RD Gateway co-exist with Exchange 2010?

We currently have a firewall with a single external IP address redirecting 443 to the virtual Exchange Server for OWA, RPC/HTTPS, etc.  I would like to add TS/RD Gateway to service external users with access to the virtual Term Server.  Can I run the TS/RD Gateway on the Exchange Server?  When I tried a month ago, we had all sorts of problems that might or might not have been related.  I know that it is possible using SBS, but lots of things are possible with SBS that don't work the same with regular Server.  

We are currently running Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise with an additional license to spare, so I can spin up another VM if necessary, but would need an additional IP address and SSL certs to go along with it.  

Any thoughts are appreciated.
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ITnavigatorsConnect With a Mentor Author Commented:
Can't think of why I would want either of those services if it weren't protected by SSL.

Seeing no other answer, I will check with my guys at MS.
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setasoujiroCommented:
Normally you should not need to adjust anything yourself, since OWA only listens on /owa
as well as activesync etc

You could work with hostheaders etc, but I think you would be easier /better off if you setup one of the two services on port 80 instead of 443
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