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Hello,
I have a problem with configuring the reverse proxy.

Description of the situation:
1x public IP address
Inside the network, the mail server is running on port 443 (Lotus Notes) - Server A
Inside the network, VPN runs on port 443 (MS Windows 2008 R2) - Server B

Control settings:
Communication rules:
Source: internet
Goal: Firewall
Service: HTTPS, PPTP
Action: Allow
Reverse Proxy Server:
Allow: yes
mail.domena.cz, HTTPS, certi.mail.domena.cz Server A
vpn.domena.cz, HTTPS, vpn.domena.cz certificate Server B
*, HTTP, certify internet.domain.com 127.0.0.1:4081
All certificates are paid and public

Current status:
I get to both servers and both servers report the right certificates.
https://mail.domain.com (Lotus Notes portal appears) - ok
https://vpn.domain.com (see II7) - ok

Problem:
ad1) When I want to connect to MS VPN with this setting, the only option is through PPTP, but when I want to connect via SSTP, the system reports a "local system interrupts network connection" error.
ad2) in the VPN location over SSTP is working fine
ad3) When I set the mapping rules to Server B in the communication rules and turn off the reverse proxy, all goes, but I do not.

Please advise what I can do about it.
I've already tried a lot of settings and nothing.

Thank you
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