SBS 2011 Remote Web Access

We have a recently migrated SBS 2011 from 2003.  We can login to RWW just fine and see the computers.  When we click the “Connect” button, we get the login for the TS Gateway running on the SBS.  It repeatedly rejects the credentials.  We get the message that the logon attempt failed.  (We are using domain\user.)  Here is the hitch, I have unhid the TS Gateway Manager and if I log into the SBS, open the TS Gateway Manager and click on the server, I can login from the RWW for about 30 minutes and then it stops working.   I checked logs and do not see any failure audits in the security logs.  I also tried to assign the gateway the 3rd party certificate but the same behavior continues.
nelly1972Asked:
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nelly1972Author Commented:
Oddly this started working on its own without making any changes.  Thanks for the suggestions.
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jaredr80Commented:
Two basic questions have you run the Fix My Network Wizard in the SBS console and also did you add your cert through the console or through other means when originally added?

-Jared
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nelly1972Author Commented:
Thanks for the comments.  I have not run the Wizard.  I origianlly added the cert via te Exchange system manager and then added it to the TS gatweway manager.
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Rob WilliamsCommented:
With SBS use the wizards, use the wizards, use the wizards... (in the SBS console)

You will get that error if the certificate is not properly installed, or the public DNS, certificate name, and server connection address (specified in step 7 of the following link) do not agree.
This was not necssary with SBS 2003 but is with 2008/2011
http://blogs.technet.com/b/sbs/archive/2008/10/15/introducing-the-internet-address-management-wizard-part-1-of-3.aspx
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nelly1972Author Commented:
It started working on its own.
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