On SBS 2003 if you wanted to enable files and folders to be transferred between the remote computer and your computer you had to check a box. And if you were running Vista you had to run IE as administrator for the drive mappings to work.
In the 2k8 era you have to use the RDP client to have the same functionality through TSgateway. At first I had a hard time getting my head around using the rdp client. I kept thinking to myself “But I don’t want 3389 opened up”. Finally it dawned on me. TSgateway uses 80/443. It’s not going over anything but SSL traffic the entire way.
Once you log into the Remote Web Workplace on the SBS 2008 box, you then need to ensure that your RDP client/TSGateway has the necessary information.
Strike that, I did it to myself again. I don’t need to log into RWW. The TSGateway is all I need to do this.
On the TS Gateway screen put in the name of the RWW access URL.
Then on the “connect to computer”, use the Computername.domain.local in the front box
When you click connect, you will get the warning you are attaching drives, click details to confirm that the drives are being connected
And you will now see the drives connected remotely
Yeah I’m in a HyperV where I have a SBS2008 and a XP sp3 machine going from the XP sp3 to the SBS box 🙂