sophos for Virtual machiune

I have a server with a Hyper-V role and virtual machines and a firewall sophos installed.

I would like to create a rule in which when a client (out of the internal network) want to connect to remote connection then this user need to transfer to a specific virtual machine (not to the host server).

How to create this rule?
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
install remote desktop services personal virtual machine role
GasAuthor Commented:
I think that i need to use sophos to transfer connection to the VM.
Am i true?
GasAuthor Commented:
Any suggestions/advice ?
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
A user doesn't log into the firewall then login to the rdp connection manager or rdp gateway (preferred)
Dirk KotteSECommented:
there are (more than) 2 options...
create a D-NAT Rule
requests going to the external IP of the Firewall are redirected to a specific RDP-Host (not secure)
Use HTML5 VPN to present the RDP-Screen for a specific Host within the User-portal (secure)
use SSL-VPN to dialin to your network and a firewall-rule allowing access to the RDP host(s)  (secure)
publish the RDP-gateway as described by David Johnson (secure)

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Dirk KotteSECommented:
Question should be answered.
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