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2008 r2 RD web and services issue externally when trying to remote desktop

The goal is to set up RD services in order to allow external users to connect externally and then Remote Desktop to a terminal server instead of using port 3389 and RDP.  I have an SSL cert configured and port 443 assigned from public IP to internal IP of the RD Gateway server.  Externally, I enter in https://remote.domain.com/rdweb and I get the website and can log in.  once I log in, I see the connected to remoteapp and desktop connection in the system tray.  If I go to the remote desktop tab of rdweb, and enter either of the terminal servers, it prompts me again to log in, and after entering in the credentials, I get an error stating your computer can't connect to the remote computer because the remote desktop gateway server is temporarily unavailable.  that message is attached.  This error is on a windows 10 machine.  If I use Windows 7, I enter in the credentials and the login page keeps prompting me to login in and no errors, just the login keeps popping up again.

In IIS, under RDWeb and pages, I have the defaultTSgateway set to remote.domain.com.
In RD Gateway manager, I have both the RD Cap and RD Rap configured
In RD Licensing Manager, I have 10 CALs set up and activated.
Internally, I can connect through RDWeb and enter in the terminal server name on the remote desktop tab and launch the desktop.
I have a Network Police Server set up on the RD Gateway and configured to that of a working RD Gateway environment I have set up at another client.

I also attached the remote desktop services that I have installed.  I do think I dont need everything showing.
I have researched and researched and seems I have tried everything I could find.  There are not many logs in event viewer showing anything of importance.
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Zaheer IqbalTechnical Assurance & ImplementationCommented:
Is your internal domain a .local domain ?
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accucomAuthor Commented:
it is a .com internal domain
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accucomAuthor Commented:
nobody has any thoughts on this?
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