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By ufs00083 ·
I have a few Windows 2000 servers with terminal service installed in behind the firewall. As far as I know, port 3389 is used for Terminal service in Windows NT/2000, then how can I remotely control more than one servers from outside firewall by using Terminal Client. Right now, I only manage to control one server.

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by RCC In reply to Terminal service

You need to add multiple IP adresses to your external network card, then map each external IP to one internal server. I don't think there is any other way around this, unless you dial/VPN in your local network and get assigned an Internal IP address (the best choice in my oppinion)
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Radu

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by shmaltz In reply to Terminal service

You should be able to do that thru the tools you have on your terminal server client desktop. Like server manager. If what you are trying to administrate is terminal server servers then go into the terminal server manager console

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