Freitag, 23. Juli 2010 21:44
I have messed with this all day and I am kinda burnt out here..
TMG is causing RDWeb to prompt for credentials repeatedly.
I have a wildcard cert that is on the TMG already for Exchange and other services. It's on the RDWeb server and it publishes with it. For giggles, I created a self signed cert and tried it putting it on the TMG and RDWeb Trusted Root CA.
Nothing, it just prompts for credentials repeatedly.
Works fine internally.
Freitag, 23. Juli 2010 23:59
Here is some more info.
Every time I try to log in, TMG has this in the log:
12309 The server requires authorization to fulfill the request.
Mittwoch, 28. Juli 2010 03:16Moderator
Thank you for the post.
Please make sure that you have taken the exported certificate and imported it directly into your personal certificate store located on the TMG server.
Following are the articles to help you publishing RDWEB with TMG:
Nick Gu - MSFT
Mittwoch, 28. Juli 2010 07:15
Unfortunately this was the start of my problems, What I am scowering the internet for is a way to have FBA on sites that need it and No Auth on other sites.
The catch is, it has to be on the same listener (443) because RDGatway won't allow anything else.
More catch.. OWA and other items that require FBA are in use on the network as well.
Montag, 16. August 2010 11:59Besitzer
Do you have a solution to your issue?
Shijaz Abdulla | Microsoft Qatar | http://www.microsoftnow.com
Montag, 16. August 2010 12:19
Not the one I'd like......
I had this working with tmg and the exchang server combined with the rdgateway in the past,, now the only way I can get it to work is using no auth from the listener from a different external ip address.