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2answers
42 views

Windows remote desktop auto dysconnection due to autologin

I am working with machine that are hosting several PCs running windows 7 pro. I quite often need to connect to these PCs using windows remote desktop. This PCs need to have the autologin feature ON ...
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1answer
597 views

How do i reference redirected host drives in a remote desktop session

When I remote desktop into a server, for example, local drives and mapped network drives from my host computer appear as ON . I can access these drives using Windows Explorer, but I also need to ...
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1answer
1k views

Simultaneous Remote Desktop Connections in Windows Server

I would like to remote control the administrator user of my Windows Server 2008 R2 simultaneously from 3 remote computers. To do that, in Group Policy, I disabled "restrict to a single remote desktop ...
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2answers
305 views

I can RDP into server but cannot browse using explorer

Disclaimer: Networking is not my strong point, it is my Achilles' heel. At work I have been given a sandbox server to test my software with, I have full control over the server itself but the ...
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1answer
2k views

Remote Desktop working in LAN, but not over WAN

We have a server with Remote Desktop enabled, but we can only access the server from inside the LAN. Port forwarding on port 3389 is set up on the gateway/modem (Comcast SMCD3G) and canyouseeme.org ...
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0answers
291 views

MSTSC.EXE running in place of Explorer.exe USB Issues

We are using mstsc to replace explorer.exe on our thin clients. Everything works as intended except usb redirection. We have a USB device plugged into the thin client (thumbprint device). If I go ...
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0answers
837 views

How to restrict RDP access to certain domain admins?

We have some domain admins on the Windows domain. We want to restrict some of them from accessing certain servers via RDP (mstsc.exe). But we still want them to be domain admins. So in the end, some ...
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5answers
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Newly installed Windows Server 2003 R2 Missing Remote Tab In Properties Window

EDIT I figured out the problem. Turns out that tab does not show up if you're not logged in as Administrator. Thanks for the help regardless. I just installed Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard x64 ...
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1answer
338 views

RDP failure to Cisco Anyconnect local IP. Remote Connection to public IP working

I currently have a cloud server hosted and I'm using the Cisco Anyconnect client to VPN it into our local network. I can remote desktop to the server using it's public IP address. However this is not ...
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3answers
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Finding forgotten RDP sessions?

I work in an enterprise environment with hundreds upon hundreds of Windows servers (all in a single AD domain), both locally and in other countries. I'm often required to log into an RDP session on ...
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2answers
749 views

Can my employer watch my remote desktop session? [closed]

I have a vps that I would like to connect to from work using remote desktop, is it possible for my employer to see my rdp session? What exactly does my employer see/know in regard to my rdp connection ...
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3answers
2k views

Windows 2k3 and RDP issue over Internet issue (RDP works locally)

I was asked to take a look at a family members' friends' Win2k3 server - Remote Desktop was no longer working, and they were trying to figure out why. This server is running Win2k3 SP2. I determined ...
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2answers
685 views

Remote desktop is slow when connecting to a computer which is part of a domain

We have two windows 2003 machines, one is a DC and another is joined to the domain of the DC. These machines are not locally available to us so we have to remote desktop into them. When we first got ...
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1answer
499 views

Troubleshooting RDP vs VNC

Question 1: “Does anyone know if RealVNC, TightVNC, etc... will allow audio pass through? For example, to allow sounds generated by the host computer to reach the remote computers that are logged into ...
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2answers
170 views

Mimic Picture in Picture functionality

We are currently setting up a conference/meeting/voting system. There is a PC (Call it CompA) whose secondary display is the public display which shows information,voting results, etc. There is ...