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RDS Access issue

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I have a user that can access our RDS Server Webpage from our Corp office and when she uses VPN to Corp, but not from her Branch Office. I have attached the error. She is Windows 7 Ent and remoting into a Wn2k8 R2 server.  rdp-error.doc
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by:Steve Knight
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how are you getting to this server?  if it is an internal ip address, can that office communicate with it?  if its esolving a dns name does it bring up the right ip - e.g. Does it resolve to externnal / internal?

Any proxy servers involved here?
what is the connection between the two offices - i.e. Full connection between two or what?

Sorry for all the questiobs but trying to underatnd the architecture.

steve


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It was an end user issue. She was just typing her username and not Domain/user name.
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this fiexed it
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