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Allowing RDP through a Cisco ASA 5520 using ASDM

Posted on 2014-02-25
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Hi Everyone,

I've been looking online for ways to allow RDP sessions to one of my servers. I have an ASA 5520. Alot of ways are using the command line, which I really don't want to do because I don't really know what I'm doing in there. Could anyone help me out with this?

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Also! The external IP i need to use also has some other services running on it, but not RDP
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