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1 22nd July 21:50
dave patrick
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Default How do I get OUT from a firewall


http://www.canyouseeme.org/
Ask your systems admin. They probably block almost all ports at their
gateway.

This article may help.

How to Change Terminal Server's Listening Port
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=187623

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Regards,
Dave

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Dave Patrick ....Please no email replies - reply in newsgroup.
Microsoft Certified Professional
Microsoft MVP [Windows]
http://www.microsoft.com/protect

| to connect through tsweb service (http://Public IP:IIS Port #/tsweb) I
| can get the remote login window to come up but I can't actually get
| into the host computer. I get the following error:
|
| -quote- The client could not connect to the remote computer. Remote
| connections might not be enabled or the computer might be too busy to
| accept new connections. It is also possible that network problems are
| preventing your connection. Please try connecting again later. If the
| problem continues to occur, contact your administrator. -end quote-
|
| I am able to get in from other non-work computers (i.e. from a friend's
| house and from my sister's house) but when I try from work I can't
| connect. I suspect that the company firewall is blocking
| incoming/outgoing traffic to port 3389. I changed this port on the
| host computer through the registry to 4***. I also added the port in
| the windows firewall as well as adding the port to my router.
|
| Now, nobody can connect to me. I guess my first question is, what is
| the syntax that one should enter in the web browser to connect? In the
| past I only included the IIS port number. Do I just use the newly
| changed RDC port number? Does the client computer also have to have
| the registry edited? Is there even a way to get out past my corporate
| firewall?
|
| I know that there are other software options aside from M$ Remote
| Desktop but I don't want to use other software.
|
| Thanks,
|
| -Lydokane-
|
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2 22nd July 21:51
pete
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Default How do I get OUT from a firewall


PMG Connect (http://www.pmgconnect.com) will help you out. You can connect
out through a proxy server using remote desktop. You will have to set
up your home PC as what they call a standalone target (no cost). Once
set up it works perfectly.

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3 23rd July 04:40
dave patrick
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Default How do I get OUT from a firewall


http://www.canyouseeme.org/
Ask your systems admin. They probably block almost all ports at their
gateway.

This article may help.

How to Change Terminal Server's Listening Port
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=187623

--
Regards,
Dave

-------------
Dave Patrick ....Please no email replies - reply in newsgroup.
Microsoft Certified Professional
Microsoft MVP [Windows]
http://www.microsoft.com/protect

| to connect through tsweb service (http://Public IP:IIS Port #/tsweb) I
| can get the remote login window to come up but I can't actually get
| into the host computer. I get the following error:
|
| -quote- The client could not connect to the remote computer. Remote
| connections might not be enabled or the computer might be too busy to
| accept new connections. It is also possible that network problems are
| preventing your connection. Please try connecting again later. If the
| problem continues to occur, contact your administrator. -end quote-
|
| I am able to get in from other non-work computers (i.e. from a friend's
| house and from my sister's house) but when I try from work I can't
| connect. I suspect that the company firewall is blocking
| incoming/outgoing traffic to port 3389. I changed this port on the
| host computer through the registry to 4***. I also added the port in
| the windows firewall as well as adding the port to my router.
|
| Now, nobody can connect to me. I guess my first question is, what is
| the syntax that one should enter in the web browser to connect? In the
| past I only included the IIS port number. Do I just use the newly
| changed RDC port number? Does the client computer also have to have
| the registry edited? Is there even a way to get out past my corporate
| firewall?
|
| I know that there are other software options aside from M$ Remote
| Desktop but I don't want to use other software.
|
| Thanks,
|
| -Lydokane-
|
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4 23rd July 04:41
pete
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Posts: 1
Default How do I get OUT from a firewall


PMG Connect (http://www.pmgconnect.com) will help you out. You can connect
out through a proxy server using remote desktop. You will have to set
up your home PC as what they call a standalone target (no cost). Once
set up it works perfectly.

corporate
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5 27th July 19:01
dave patrick
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Posts: 1
Default How do I get OUT from a firewall


http://www.canyouseeme.org/
Ask your systems admin. They probably block almost all ports at their
gateway.

This article may help.

How to Change Terminal Server's Listening Port
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=187623

--
Regards,
Dave

-------------
Dave Patrick ....Please no email replies - reply in newsgroup.
Microsoft Certified Professional
Microsoft MVP [Windows]
http://www.microsoft.com/protect

| to connect through tsweb service (http://Public IP:IIS Port #/tsweb) I
| can get the remote login window to come up but I can't actually get
| into the host computer. I get the following error:
|
| -quote- The client could not connect to the remote computer. Remote
| connections might not be enabled or the computer might be too busy to
| accept new connections. It is also possible that network problems are
| preventing your connection. Please try connecting again later. If the
| problem continues to occur, contact your administrator. -end quote-
|
| I am able to get in from other non-work computers (i.e. from a friend's
| house and from my sister's house) but when I try from work I can't
| connect. I suspect that the company firewall is blocking
| incoming/outgoing traffic to port 3389. I changed this port on the
| host computer through the registry to 4***. I also added the port in
| the windows firewall as well as adding the port to my router.
|
| Now, nobody can connect to me. I guess my first question is, what is
| the syntax that one should enter in the web browser to connect? In the
| past I only included the IIS port number. Do I just use the newly
| changed RDC port number? Does the client computer also have to have
| the registry edited? Is there even a way to get out past my corporate
| firewall?
|
| I know that there are other software options aside from M$ Remote
| Desktop but I don't want to use other software.
|
| Thanks,
|
| -Lydokane-
|
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6 27th July 19:02
pete
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Posts: 1
Default How do I get OUT from a firewall


PMG Connect (http://www.pmgconnect.com) will help you out. You can connect
out through a proxy server using remote desktop. You will have to set
up your home PC as what they call a standalone target (no cost). Once
set up it works perfectly.

corporate
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