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Remote Web Workplace

By NateH ·
Hi all,

I recently moved a client from Small Business Server 2003 to Windows Server 2003 for various reasons.

All is well except, in SBS2003, there is a built-in feature called Remote Web Workplace that allows users to connect to their desktop from home via the web.

I don't see anything like this in Win Server 2003 and was wondering how to implement this same feature.



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by dgolic In reply to Remote Web Workplace

Well, remote web workplace is a feature of Small Business Server 2003. You can't use anything like that on Windows Server 2003 (any version). Remote web workplace is actually a RDP connection to a workstation over http (which allows you to connect to more than one computer at a time), this feature does not exist on normal server (standard/enterprise/datacenter)

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by darnold In reply to

How can one implement a feature like this if someone is running Server 03?

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by bstilts In reply to

Look at SSL Explorer. This is something I use at our law firm, and it has the same capabilities (and more) as Remote Web Workplace.

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