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This article describes how to configure RDGateway Server. You need to have "Remote Desktop Service" - "Remote Desktop Gateway" server role installed. 

In this article, we set the Public Gateway name as: rdgateway.deepnetsecurity.com. But, the gateway machine internal domain is called: rdg.opensid.net.  You need to make sure gateway server is a domain member machine.

Install the certificate for the RD Gateway server

  1. Launch the "RD Gateway Manager", expand the server, ie. "
  2. Right click "Properties", Select "SSL Certificate".  There are three ways to install a certificate, please make sure that the certificate is issued to the Public Gateway name, i.e. "rdgateway.deepnetsecurity.com". 



    Note: If you are using the Self-Signed certificate, the certificate has to be installed on client machine where Remote Desktop Connection is launched.  

Create  "Connection Authorization Policies" 

  1. Right click "Connection Authorization Policies" - "Create New Policy". 



  2. Select "Create only a RD CAP", and click "Next". 



  3. Enter "Name", e.g. "RD CAP" and click "Next". 



  4. Select "Password" option. 



  5. Click "Add Group" to add the user group. i.e. "Domain Users". 



  6. Click "OK" to save, and click "Next". 



  7. Select "Enable device redirection for all client devices", and click "Next". 



  8. Configure Session Timeout, and click "Next". 



  9. Click "Next", and "Finish" to set up the "RD Connection Authorization Policies".