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publishing folders - 30.Sep.2005 1:59:00 PM   
jesbChoice

 

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Ok, i know this is going to get flack, but here goes
I am running sbs2003 Premium and cannot seem to get the webserver publishing correctly. I am trying to publish JUST the RWW portion of the sbs site functioning and cannot seem to get it to happen correctly. Here is my current configuration

From: External
To: %servername%
Traffic: HTTPS (only)
Listener: HTTPS only
Users: All Users
External Path: /*
Internal Path: /remote/*
Public Name: remote.choiceitwichita.net

Is what i am trying to do even possible?

I currently am just redirecting index.htm to the remote/ folder

[ September 30, 2005, 02:02 PM: Message edited by: jesbChoice ]
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RE: publishing folders - 30.Sep.2005 2:32:00 PM   
JAdzima

 

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I'm assuming you ran the ICW? When you run that wizard, you can pick and choose what services you want to publish. Pick just RWW and let the wizard take care of it all for you.

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RE: publishing folders - 30.Sep.2005 2:37:00 PM   
jesbChoice

 

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I have the page publishing already. What i am really wanting to do is not have the internal website come up when https://remote.choiceitwichita.net and not have to put the /remote folder at the end. Basically, open the RWW when https://remote.choiceitwichit.net is opened and bypass the rest, without changing the structure of the internal websites

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RE: publishing folders - 3.Oct.2005 8:04:00 PM   
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Hi
On the rule
In TO: Forward the original host header AND requests appear to come from original client

In USERS: Forward basic authentication credentials

Also this rule MUST come after all your web publishing rules for the FQDN you are using

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RE: publishing folders - 4.Oct.2005 1:39:00 AM   
jesbChoice

 

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no go
i have it working by using a meta forward on the default page for now and restricting access to the other folders to internal users only and using the remote/* for the folder name for the ISA

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RE: publishing folders - 4.Oct.2005 1:44:00 PM   
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Sorry I have put the post form the head, so let me rewrite the information from a real life production environment.

Rule

SBS RWW Web publishing Rule

General: enable
Action: Allow and log
From: anywhere
To: the FQDN matching the certificate installed in the default Web Site on the internal network- Forward the original host header NO Requests appear to come from the original client
Traffic: HTTPS
Listener: Name listening on external network ON the IP address we route onto the public IP address corresponding to the A record of the FQDN on the public domain, Port HTTPS 443 and Certificate corresponding to the A record of the FQDN on the public domain - Authentication Basic always authenticate NO Domain for authentication The netbios name of the internal domain

Public Name: requests for the following web sites The public FQDN

PATHS: External path /* - Internal path /Remote/*

Bridging: Web server redirect requests 80 and 443 (yes I only use 443)

Users: All users - Forward basic authentication YES

Schedule: Always

Link translation: NO

Be aware this could conflict with other rules so look were you put it

Regards

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RE: publishing folders - 15.Oct.2005 1:48:00 AM   
jesbChoice

 

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sorry about the delay here...i've been out of town and busy on other projects
thank for the tip. i'll put it up tomorrow and give it a try

thnx again

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