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TS Gateway connecting to TS with multiple RDP host connections

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Looking at using TS gateway on SBS 2011 for use with a Terminal server. With the terminal server, Im looking at creating two RDP connections for it, one for internal use - team 3 NICS. (24 bit colour depth, and no session printers), and the other for external use  - 1NIC (16bit, session printers). How do I configure this for TS gateway then? So when a person using a laptop internally, TS gateway will direct them to the Internal RDP connection, and when they use TS Gateway at home, is uses the other RDP connection, lowering the colour depth and creating session printers? thoughts?
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you could simply have two rdp settings saved to the desktop of the laptop with the settings configured appropriately
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also - the "internal" one could go direct to the terminal, rather than via the gateway - that way if they try to use that one from home it wont work.

and If you use an external address such as remote.domain.com, and make sure it isn't internally resolvable - then they wouldn't be able to use the external one from in the office.
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