I have build an RDS farm using 3 win 2012 ( 1 broker and 2 session host, no gateway)
I do have multisite 2012 DA environment
End users are able to open web url page of RDS, but cannot further remote into any terminal server or open remote app.
same works fine within LAN or using older SSTP based VPN.
I am able to remote into all 3 RDS servers separately over DA, but not via farm.
I have come across the in one of my projects.
For DA clients we was able to get RDS working via DA by adding the IPv6 address to the Session host IPv6 interface.
So for example from your da client ping the FQDN of one of your Session hosts.
e.g. ping rdsh1.contoso.co.uk
Pinging rdsh1.contoso.co.uk [fda9:a21e:a2c0:7777::a0a:a1f]
Now login to the Session host and add "fda9:a21e:a2c0:7777::a0a:a1f" as a static address on the IPv6 settings.
Repeat for your 2nd session host.
Reset the RDS services or reboot servers.
Once you do that you should be able to access the RDS via DA.
This is due to the connection broker sending back the IPv4 address to the client and that is why it is failing. When you add the IPv6 address the Connection broker send both the IPv4 and IPv6 address.
- Edited by rm_knight Thursday, April 03, 2014 12:32 PM
I also have had a case open with MSFT for 4 weeks now. I've had multiple technicians attempt to remedy the issue to no avail. We need a fix for this, as we have many users who cannot access our ERP system remotely. DA Server 2012. RDS Server 2012
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Were you able to get a true fix for this issue?
Thanks in advance,
- Edited by APEX IT Consulting Monday, November 16, 2015 8:33 PM Update