RDP over SSL ?

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    I have set up an SBS 2003 R2 SP2 system in my own office.
    I have run all the needed wizzards.
    I have bought a nice SSL certificate.
    All is working well.

    Let’s assume I only have ports 25 and 443 open and they are redirected to my SBS server.

    Is it possible to “tunnel” RDP traffic through SSL using port 443 so I can use RDP to connect to my server from the internet ?

    I know RDP is already encrypted, but that’s not why I ask this.
    At 2 of my clients port 3389 is blocked (in and out) and I would like to connect through 443, which is open.

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