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  • Terminal Services and A website

    Hello,

    i was wondering is there a way which i could go to a website IE ajw901.co.uk and go through a website like normal which has got my home movies on and have a link in the navigation bar which connects to my server and opens up a RPD sesion in the browser so you have the Website Design on the outside and then in the middle have the RPD session and the User logs into the terminal server.

    Terminal Server is on a workgroup and not looking to upgrade to a domain becasue all machines dont have domain support because of home editions. The Server has 8GB of RAM and serficent proccesing power. Myinternet is getting 20MB Down and around 5MB Up.

    Any ideas ?

    Ajw901

  • #2
    Re: Terminal Services and A website

    Perhaps this would meet your requirement?

    Remote Desktop Connection Web Connection Software Download:
    http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/d...rdwebconn.mspx

    Some additional information on this software:
    http://johnsheadtree.headtreez.com/s...1-9130b57c3035

    Hobie

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    • #3
      Re: Terminal Services and A website

      hello,

      i have got the tsweb setup and can connect to it only through one of my pcs on the network. the others all come up with the same error - "the specified remote computer could not be found" i enter the info the same as my machine which can connect to it.

      is use dyndns to give me a url

      Any Ideas ?

      Ajw901

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      • #4
        Re: Terminal Services and A website

        From reading the TSWeb notes, it is designed for a single computer -- unlike the SBS version which allows any computer on the LAN to be chosen
        Tom Jones
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        • #5
          Re: Terminal Services and A website

          You may need to use TS Gateway and Win 2008/R2 TS:

          http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l...64(WS.10).aspx
          Best Regards,

          Yuval Sinay

          LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yuval14, Blog: http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/yuval14

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          • #6
            Re: Terminal Services and A website

            Is there anyway of allowing mutiple sessions over HTTP web connection with out using Windows server 2008 and TSgateway ?

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            • #7
              Re: Terminal Services and A website

              If the limit is 1 IP (only the machine it is installed on) then you could try this..

              Install the software on all the machine you want to access and then get public IPs for each IIS server...

              You would then create a single site which links to the other sites, so it appears you have one web site, but in fact you are running 3 web sites.

              Then you could create DNS entries suchs as rdp1.mydomain.com, rdp2.mydomain.com, etc...

              Not pretty, but a work around.

              Hobie

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