Terminal Server - RDWeb from internet

Posted on 2012-12-26
Last Modified: 2013-01-03

We have a terminal server (Server 2008 R2) which provides remote access via RDP and RDweb

Terminal server is in a .local domain (company.local). Server name is

More info:
From the outside: RDP: @ 3390 to
RDWeb: 80 and 443:  to

Now from the outside RDP works fine. Rdweb opens the RemoteApps page fine.

But when I open one of the remoteapps it tries to connect to remote computer ( which is not accessible from the internet.... and it fails.

When I am on the VPN, it works fine with single sign-on etc..

I do have two ssl certificates from Godaddy:


I think this has to be setup under the gateway server settings, but need help on getting this to work.

Question by:masdf123
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by:Ayman Bakr
ID: 38723375
Are you using Citrix Access Gateway in between? If yes, ensure to add access control lists. See this thread:

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masdf123 earned 0 total points
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Not using Citrix.

Sorted it own with the gateway server and connection manager. Now the RemoteApp goes to the public URL.


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ID: 38739493
This solved the issue!

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