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Remote Desktop - 5.Jan.2006 2:41:53 PM   
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After replacing webproxy with firewall client I cannot connect to Trusted domain controller using remote desktop? How to fix this?
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RE: Remote Desktop - 5.Jan.2006 7:54:21 PM   
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create a rule to Enable the RDP protocol from the source to the destination

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RE: Remote Desktop - 5.Jan.2006 8:23:02 PM   
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I have a default rule which allows all outbound protocol from internel network to external network. Please check this and let me know.

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RE: Remote Desktop - 5.Jan.2006 9:23:17 PM   
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These trusted Domain Controller are external to your isa server ?

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RE: Remote Desktop - 5.Jan.2006 10:07:14 PM   
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Yes they are external trusted server?

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RE: Remote Desktop - 6.Jan.2006 3:38:24 PM   
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What I do know to make this work? Also my yahoo messenger dones not work with firewall client, what special configuration I need for that?

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RE: Remote Desktop - 6.Jan.2006 4:56:17 PM   
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for the trusted domains : configure them for Direct Access

for the yahoo messenger , isa comes with undefined protocol for yahoo msg , so to use yahoo msg, create a TCP protocol :5050 and creata an allow rule  for this protocol so that ur users can use yahoo msg.


Hope this helps

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RE: Remote Desktop - 6.Jan.2006 5:11:10 PM   
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I understan what you mean to say but, I dont know how to do it. I am very knew to this so I would appreciate if you explain me in more details and how to do it?

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RE: Remote Desktop - 6.Jan.2006 6:21:00 PM   
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there are two articles that Tom wrote about Direct Acces:

http://www.isaserver.org/articles/2004directaccessp1.html

and ths article will help u in general to start with isa:

http://www.isaserver.org/articles/isa2004beta2.html

HTH

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RE: Remote Desktop - 16.Feb.2006 7:05:33 PM   
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I dont have isa server at remote location.
I tried what you said but still does not work

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RE: Remote Desktop - 16.Feb.2006 7:17:00 PM   
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This article talks about webserver? I am trying to connect to a domain controller?

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RE: Remote Desktop - 19.Feb.2006 10:48:53 PM   
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if these servers are external to you, why not create a vpn connection to them and then RDP !

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RE: Remote Desktop - 20.Feb.2006 2:11:58 PM   
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I am the administrator of that trusted external server?

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RE: Remote Desktop - 1.Mar.2006 9:03:16 PM   
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In the log it say's connection initiated but I am not able to connect.





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if these servers are external to you, why not create a vpn connection to them and then RDP !
Any further help on how to make this work?

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