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Was wondering if its possible to connect to an internal server on the domain via WWW?

Lets say the internal machine i want is at

Its running IIS / Sharepoint or whatever, something that a webbrowser understands.

The external user has, lets say, and this goes to the SBS server. When you get there it has several choices like outlook, a list of computers to connect to and finally an internal website. This internal website link should go not to the default but to the machine at Surely this cant be done?

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Huh? You really need to reword the question into something meaningful. – John Gardeniers May 31 '10 at 9:40
totally! sorry rushed ... – bergin May 31 '10 at 9:47
Im thinking at the moment perhaps something to do with proxy server or dns settings? – bergin May 31 '10 at 9:58

Found out how to do this after all. just set port forwarding to any of the attached ip's in the router.

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