Terminal Services & SBS Remote Services

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by Devin M., Jul 17, 2006.

  1. Devin M.

    Devin M. Guest

    I have a client who we are currently upgrading their 2003 DC/GC to a new
    SBS2003 system. However they currently have a 2003DC/GC and a 2000Terminal
    Server. So from the outside user go to XP remote desktop and we ahve a port
    map in our PIX to the internal address of the TS @ 3389. So with the new SBS
    & a new R2 2003 TS we are putting in place we want to be able to use both the
    SBS web services /remote /exchange as well as give our branch offices remote
    access to the new TS. I see an issues here as both the TS and the SBS use
    3389 for remote desktop.
     
    Devin M., Jul 17, 2006
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  2. Devin M.

    Steve Guest

    Use RWW to access both the XPs and the TS. 3389 doesn't have to be open from
    the outside at all.
     
    Steve, Jul 17, 2006
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  3. Devin M.

    Devin M. Guest

    Steve,

    How do I setup the TS to work thru RWW? That would the the best solution of
    all!


    Thanks,
     
    Devin M., Jul 17, 2006
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