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TG 2008 and DNS - 29.Mar.2010 2:16:12 PM   
fixitchris

 

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I configured a Web Publishing rule with a listener which sends traffic to the TG server's TS Web Access page.  When I connect to the listener on the specified port I get redirected to the TS Web Access page.  However when I try to connect to any internal RDP clients I get a can't connect error.  I am assuming that is because the RDC applet can't resolve the FQDN of my LAN.  What am I missing ?

Thanks
Chris

edit:  hmm, i think all i did was expose the TS Web Access.  I still need to expose TS Gateway on 443.... am I correct ?

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RE: TG 2008 and DNS - 30.Mar.2010 11:51:18 AM   
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I've gotten further but I'm having issues creating a cert with a different CN ...

Internally the TS gateway is known as server1.local.domain.com.  However, the public FQDN is tsg.domain1.com.  I don't know how to have my internal CA issue a cert for tsg.domain1.com.  Plus if I do this then which cert will my ISA listener use ?

"The name in the Subject line of the server certificate (certificate name, or CN) must match the DNS name that the client uses to connect to the TS Gateway server, unless you are using wildcard certificates or the SAN attributes of certificates. If your organization issues certificates from an enterprise certification authority (CA), a certificate template must be configured so that the appropriate name is supplied in the certificate request. If your organization issues certificates from a stand-alone CA, you do not need to do this."


edit: I am trying to create new cert templates on my CA to allow for custom Subject. But I can't figure out how to add this new template to my CA?

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