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ISA '04 Help

Postby USMC_Stitch » 2006-10-18 16:58

OK, i've configured SCVNC to work w/ a dlink router with multiple support techs. I've since moved to a new office/position to which i'd like to bring Remote Support, and they're using a ISA '04 server/firewall. I don't have too much experience (re: none :oops: ) w/ ISA. However i've been scouring the i-net and this fourm as well as others and haven't found a satisfactory answer. Maybe you guys can help. Setup:
5 Techs.
[HOST]
John
-connect 192.ISA.IP.Address:5501 -noregistry

[HOST]
Jane
-connect 192.ISA.IP.Address:5502 -noregistry




I've compiled my code to get the exe.
Now the big question: How do i setup the isa port fowarding?
John's IP = 192.x.x.110
Jane's IP = 192.x.x.111

SCVNC default at 5500
Users at 5501-5

Edited for content: I downloaded the viewer on our machines. left everything to default but changed the properties of the viewer shortcut to say: "C:\Program Files\UltraVNC\vncviewer.exe" -listen
and have my coworker "listening" for the connection that i'm iniatiating on my pc.

If need more info, please let me know. Thanks in advance for your help.

Moderated by redge at 2006-10-18 20:33:
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Re: ISA '04 Help

Postby USMC_Stitch » 2006-10-18 19:57

Problem solved. I withdraw my question.

Solution for those interested.

In the helpdesk.txt, set your users to
[HOST]
Jane
-connect Local.Client.IP.Address:5500 -noregistry

[HOST]
John
-connect Local.Client.IP.Address:5500 -noregistry


In ISA, Create a new protocol (i called ours SCVNC) on port 5500.
then publish a new server call (for example) JANEVNC, ip adress of the local client using protocol SCVNC.
Then publish another server called JohnVNC, ip address of the local client, using protocol SCVNC
Do this as many times as you need to, one for each user.
Have the help desk use their VNCViewer in listen mode and go nuts.

At least this worked for us. Your experiance may be different.
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Re: ISA '04 Help

Postby USMC_Stitch » 2006-10-25 20:23

Edit to my own post:

We've been testing our remote connection with our ISA '04. We found a better way to do things:

In ISA, Create a new protocol (i called ours SCVNC) on port 5500.
Then in your Helpdesk.txt instead of putting Local.Client.IP.Address :5500
use the Computer Name and your domain. for example:
[HOST]
User
-connect UsersComputerName.domain.com:5500 -no registry

This way we only need 1 server published in our ISA.
Clear as mud??
Hope it helps.
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