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TSWEB on windows 7

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I am attempting to utilize tsweb for remote access on a windows 7 computer. I have opened ports 80 and 3389.  It works fine from internal intranet(workgroup domain).  When I attempt to connect from outside world from a different domain I get the initial web page(remote desktop web connection), but when I click on the connect button  I get the message(after a delay):
"the client could not connect to the remote computer.  remote connections might not be enable on the computer. It is also possible that network problems.....

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You have to open all necessary ports on the company firewall (router) and you have to set appropriate routes to given computer(s). Any connection from outside your domain is potentially dangerous and you should ask more info from your network administrator.
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