Can't open Companyweb when logging in from Web Browser over Intern

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by HelpinFL, Aug 31, 2006.

  1. HelpinFL

    HelpinFL Guest

    When I am in the SBS site page over the internet I can't get into the Company
    Internal Web site because has a link for www.companyweb/

    The other links have the actual IP Address attached to them which will
    connect me to where I want to go(i.e. Network Configuration, RWW, Information
    and Answers).

    I am connecting securely over the internet through the Authentication Login
    that you can choose under IIS -> Server -> websites -> website.

    Any ideas? Or is there a better way to access the companyweb from the

    HelpinFL, Aug 31, 2006
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  2. HelpinFL

    HelpinFL Guest

    Or is it just best to go in the companyweb through /remote (RWW) and safer?
    HelpinFL, Aug 31, 2006
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  3. Opening Port 444 (Or Forwarding Port 44 from your router.) will be secure
    SSL connection and you can connect.
    (it will ask you for a login and password)

    Remotely you will use.
    or your FQDN that you have set up that points to your External IP

    You will also have to run CEICW and check Box
    Windows SharePoint Services intranet site


    Russell Grover
    Microsoft Certified Small Business Specialist.
    Portland/Beaverton Oregon USA
    Win Free Copy of SBS2003 R2
    Remote SBS Support
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    Support @ SBITS.Biz
    Russ - SBITS.Biz \(MCP SBS\), Aug 31, 2006
  4. HelpinFL

    HelpinFL Guest

    Cool. That works. When I'm in there is shows the Links for Remote E-mail
    and Remote Server Managment, but they are pointing at my local Server
    address. How do I change that? All the other links on the page have
    inherited the address.

    Thanks again.
    HelpinFL, Aug 31, 2006
  5. Russ - SBITS.Biz \(MCP SBS\), Aug 31, 2006
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    HelpinFL, Aug 31, 2006
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