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Remote Web Access Issues on SBS 2011 Standard Edition

Posted on 2012-03-29
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Hi All I have correctly opened up the ports on the router for Remote Web Access and Repointned the DNS to the correct location. When trying to connect I get the normal page about the security certificate. When I click on continue it just hangs and doesnt route through to the server.
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by:Larry Struckmeyer MVP
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Can you please tell us what ports you have forwarded from the firewall to the SBS ip?

What exactly is on the screen when you aren't able to continue?  Just the HTTPS warning or something else... that is, do you ever get the SBS logon web page?

Have you run all the SBS wizards including to order and install a trusted cert?
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restarted the server and the remote desktop gateway came back up
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restarted the server and the remote desktop gateway came back up
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