Since there are not any great categories to post my question into. It seemed most likely that those perusing the Mac OS X Server and Networking section would also have experience with Windows Small Business Server 2008. Anyways, I am trying to setup remote web workplace so that it is accessible outside of my home network. If I type in the address remote.mydomain.com while connected to my internal network I can access the RWW fine. When I connect to the address from outside my network I get a server not found error. What I have 1. registered domain (www.[I]mydomain[/I].com) 2. port forwarding enabled for port 443 to my server 3. dynamic ip address from isp 4. Web site hosted by GoDaddy if that makes a difference. What I need to know. 1. How to direct remote.mydomain.com to my server, possibly through dyndns.org but how? 2. Do I also need to purchase the remote.mydomain.com in addition to my already owned www.[I]mydomain[/I].com or could I change remote web workplace for www.[I]mydomain[/I].com/remote? Background I am trying to learn Windows SBS 2008. Though the book I got is quite thorough "Windows Small Business Server 2008 Unleashed" by Eriq Oliver Neale. I never came across this information. Since I am just learning the SBS software and not trying to run a company off of it I am not looking to pay for an Exchange hosting service or static ip address.