Solving a strange Remote Desktop Gateway authentication problem

I recently deployed a new Remote Desktop Gateway server but when I authenticated it would tell me the logon failed even though I knew the policies were valid for the user (because I could logon from a different computer) and I knew the credential was correct. There were no logs under TerminalServices-GatewayOperational which meant theContinue reading “Solving a strange Remote Desktop Gateway authentication problem”

Easily configure Remote Desktop Gateway firewall rules

When you install Remote Desktop Gateway which enables RDP to be encapsulated in HTTPS a number of firewall exceptions are required which are enabled automatically. This also means the RDG has a public and private IP address. There are many other firewall exceptions that are normal for Windows functionality that by default are enabled forContinue reading “Easily configure Remote Desktop Gateway firewall rules”