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rdweb/terminalserver use only port 443

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Hi, how could i set rdweb (Terminalserver in 2008R2) to only use port 443 / SSL ? If i have a firewall with port 443 open thru to the rdweb everything works ok, but if i in the same firewall open port 3389 to another internal server things stops working. It looks like the rdweb first try port 3389 and then 443, if 3389 answer then that is used and things stops working, but how could i make the rdweb to only use port 443 from outside clients?
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Thanx for the link, but i didnt find anything that help me. I need to know how to disable rd gateway to use port 3389, i have tried to set rdgateway to use only port 443 but it still try to use 3389 first, strange.
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TS gateway/RD Gateway is working. Everything works ok from lan, wan etc. I connect to it with https://rdweb.domainname.no/rdweb and starting programs from the website is ok and working 100%. If I only have port 443 open in my router/firewall and everyting is working ok.
My problem is that if i open port 3389 in my router/firewall and forward that to a another server then things stops working. When i then starts the programs that i have published on the rdweb website it cant connect and tells me that the SSL sertificate on the other server that 3389 points to isnt correct, that is correct since that server dont have any SSL sertificate but that server dont have anything with the rdweb/terminalserver to do. I want to stop the programs to try to use 3389 and only use 443. There must be some place to tell that use only 443 and dont try to use 3389 at all ?? Its strange.
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I got this solutions from someone at technet.
I had to uncheck bypass rd gateway local adresses. It works :-) I dont know why it works since its not local adresses, but it works.
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it works
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