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I never got an answer I believe and that was a long time ago so I don't recall if someone else involved in the project found a solution.
Hello, I have the same issue right now and go out of theory.
The kemp is not served as reverse proxy but the IIS.
This is how I think it should work.
To use the Kemp for Atlassian you also need 2 licenses, because the load balancer uses 2 IIS.
Home directory should be a sharing folder, so that the two can store there repos / tickets, etc.
If you want to use Kemp because of SSL or the administration of Atlassian without load balancing I would recommend that.
1. install Atlassian product on a server of your choice
2. add it to IIS so that it acts as a reverse proxy.
3. open the firewall ports so that no errors occur.
4. make the settings in the Kemp. Real Server, VS, SSL, Port etc..
5. open the website in the browser and it should work.
As I said this is not a step by step guide, but rather a tip on how to proceed. I hope it can be useful. As soon as I have installed it correctly, I will give an update.