SSL Remote Desktop issue

Hi All,

I have setup a RDP secure gateway with a Terminal Server and has been working fine for a while now. There has now been need to install a second Terminal Server, I have setup, and installed but cannot seem to RDP to it.... config is as follows;

TS1 - Server 2008 R2
Remote Desktop Gateway Role install
SSL certificate installed
Setup so Domain Users have permission to RDP

TS2 - Server 2008 R2
Setup so Domain Users have permission to RDP

- I can RDP to TS1 from outside then to TS2 ok.

On the RDP client from the outside, i have setup so;
1) Open up "remote desktop connection"
2) Type in the server name (either the FQDN TS1 server or TS2 server etc)
3) Expand the "show options" button
4) Advanced tab
5) "Connect from anywhere" section
6) Choose to use an RDGateway server
7) Type in

ERROR when connecting to TS2;
Remote desktop cant connect to the remote computer TS2;
1) your user account is not listed in the RD Gateway's Permission list
2) you might not have specified the remote computer netbois format etc etc etc.

Any help??
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Your issue lies with your RAP policy in your RD Gateway Settings. Chances are that your current RDS is the only server listed.

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TimbobalobaAuthor Commented:
OMG, how did i miss that.

Most welcome.
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