Re: IAG2007 sp1 - RDP porblem
Thanks, I'll try that too...
"ElNi˝oSantodeEmaus" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hola Amigo. There are two ways to publish RDP, one with port forwarding
> and the other one with soket forwarding. If the client station has the
> socket forwarder component installed, it will always open RDP this way (no
> matter what you specify in the trunk). In the port forwarding mode, the
> connection opens automatically (and you can only access one server) but in
> the soket forwarding mode you need to write the server's name manually or
> specify and Initial server in the trunk configuration.
> If you want to try the port forwarder you need to unisntall or block the
> socket forwarder at the client side (you can use the system information
> button on whale toolbar to do this)
> Hope this helps
> // Ra˙l
> "Amigo" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> Never mind, found solution...
>> Need to define Initial Server, even though there is only one server as
>> "Amigo" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> Problems with RDP publishing via IAG sp1. On client side published
>>> application doesn't open RDP connection. Instead it opens clients own
>>> RDP dialog and it's last connected ip-address. I have deleted newly
>>> maded trunk and created it again (several times...) with default
>>> settings, so there is no CustomUpdate settings.
>>> On client side, port 3389 is opened to target server. So I can open RDP
>>> by writeing it's ip to dialog... Seems, that somehow IAG client doesn't
>>> forward destinations ip-address to RDP client correctly or at all.
>>> Any ideas?