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Getting Started with Windows VDI by Andrew Fryer

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Active Directory authentication

We saw that when we connected to our VDI in the Creating a Pooled Collection section of Chapter 2, Designing a Virtual Desktop Infrastucture, we were asked to sign in with our domain credentials so that the broker role could identify who we are and assign us with the correct collection in our VDI. We also need to do the same thing for the RD Gateway, and in fact, the RD Gateway needs to be joined to our domain. So, what are our options, given that we will want to put the RD Gateway on some sort of perimeter network?

Opening additional ports on the firewall

We could just open up the ports we need from the perimeter network so that the gateway server can communicate with AD and the rest of our VDI. In this scenario, ...

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