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RRAS configuration 2012 R2

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I have set up RRAS NAT on 2012 R2 server. I need to configure RDP, and have a Q:

Should I put LAN IP here (see img), or I can put just 127.0.0.1?¸

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Put the IP address of your Remote Desktop Session Host server there. If the RRAS server is also the session host server, the LAN IP should work just fine (as long as that adapter is listening on port 3389).
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