Below is a step by step to getting a basic RDS gateway configured. There are additional steps and considerations that you may need to consider for your environment. In this example I am using port forwarding into my test lab, but you will want to consider where this server should be placed in your network and ensure proper firewalls are configured.
What is a Remote Desktop Gateway?
A RD Gateway allows remote users the ability to connect to internal network resources from outside the corporate network without utilizing a VPN. These internal resources can be on private or on a NAT network. The connectivity is achieved by transmitting RDP over a SSL tunnel using port 443. A RD Gateway server has a variety of authorization policies that allow you to control configuration for:
- What groups of users can utilize the RD Gateway.
- What computers or internal resources the authorized users…
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