Remote Desktop WebClient


J

James Williams

Hello,

I have a Win2000 Server setup as a terminal server. I have installed the
IIS and Remote Desktop Web service. I can connect to the terminal server
through the web access inside of my network, however, I can't connect to it
out side of the network, I.E in a normal internet environment.

I have a DSL router which connects my network to the internet and I am using
port forwarding to point ports 80 and 3389 to my server IP address. Are
there any additional ports that I need to open and forward to the terminal
server for the WebClient to work.

I can get remote desktop to connect to the terminal server from the
internet, just not the webClient.

Regards,


James
 
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G

Guest

Check the default.htm file for a section like serverName = "". In the quotes put the WAN IP Address of your firewall that forwarding packets to the TS on your Private Network

Patrick Rous
Microsoft MVP - Terminal Serve
http://www.workthin.co


----- James Williams wrote: ----

Hello

I have a Win2000 Server setup as a terminal server. I have installed th
IIS and Remote Desktop Web service. I can connect to the terminal serve
through the web access inside of my network, however, I can't connect to i
out side of the network, I.E in a normal internet environment

I have a DSL router which connects my network to the internet and I am usin
port forwarding to point ports 80 and 3389 to my server IP address. Ar
there any additional ports that I need to open and forward to the termina
server for the WebClient to work

I can get remote desktop to connect to the terminal server from th
internet, just not the webClient

Regards


Jame
 

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