a question about serving applications through an SBS 2008 domain

I have a domain with SBS 2008 as the controller and a second box with server 2008 r2. The second server has filemaker server installed and is a general business database.
I would like to share an application (arcGIS) and since 2008 r2 has an application server that would seem to be the place for it.
I've never set up a shared application with check-in check-out on a server before and am not quite sure how I would access it through the web. Static IP points to domain controller(SBS 2008) I access File maker through RWW.
Is there a way I can point through the 1st server- to the second sever- over the internet. (It's easy over the Intranet because I can use the IP range 192.168.x.x, but that's not going to work over the big wide web.
This is probably a very simple question- but searches haven't been helping me. So I thought I'd ask here.
Thanks for reading.
CUSPAsked:
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Darius GhassemConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Is the software a web based software?

Take a look at this

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2276908
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Darius GhassemCommented:
So, you want to use Terminal Services to provided access to the filemaker software?
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CUSPAuthor Commented:
No I want to be able to share arcGIS over the internet on a server that is part of a domain- but not the domain controller and that does not have a static Internet IP (static Ip with in the subdomain)
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Darius GhassemCommented:
So, you want to use Terminal Services\Remote Desktop Services which allows you to deploy the application through the RemoteWeb App feature.

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CUSPAuthor Commented:
Yes, I think that's what I was looking for- use rdp through "connect to a computer" and run it that way. I was also thinking there might be a way through address that I could access it.
example: http://www.contoso.com:16000 - connect through a port using routing.
I'm kind of fishing here- the arcGIS instructions are for huge enterprise deployments and I'm trying to feel my way into the quickest and cleanest way in for my mapping folks
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CUSPAuthor Commented:
That about wraps it up!
Thanks
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