The nat global statements that you have, that is to pat the internal users, when they go out of the outside interface, it is not for connections coming in.
If you want to nat the internal IP with the outside interface of the ASA, you would need:
static (inside,outside) interface 192.168.1.4
But I would not advise that, because this statement would block the complete IP address for the internal server only. I would rather suggest port forwarding, which means, you are using only a single port on that IP. Here's the config:
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