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Wyse S50 RDP Failure

Background: I've got a LAN with about 6 Wyse S10 terminals, these terminals are serviced by a Microsoft 2008 R2 server with Remote Desktop Services enabled and 10 CALs assigned. I needed another ...
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We are facing a strange issue here. Everytime a user connects via RDP client to one of our terminal server, the server itself tries to establish a connection via 1433/tcp to the client (and even ...
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Unable to RDP from one site to Windows 2008

I have a Windows 2008 R2 Terminal Server with 5 cals. I have User1 to 5 set up with RDP allowed from all OS. All the Users can RDP from all over the world. The event log shows this. These are ...
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Problem: Intermittent rdp session freeze up. Effects most user RDP sessions not all. Some times the freeze may disconnect the RDP session and reconnect. This can happen 1 or 2 time per day or may ...
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I'm trying to RDP from a Win7 to a 2008 R2 machine through a tunnel (think SSH, but not exactly). It fails and the following is in the 2008 R2 (destination) event log: System Event Log, LsaSrv ...
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Currently running 5.2 on Server2003 R2 with XP SP2 & SP3 workstations that connect to it. Do the workstations have to use the updated (6.0) to be compatible? Will it mess with everyone's ...
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RDP errors out trying to login windows 2008 server SP2

I try to RDP into windows 2008 SP2, box from anything (vista, server 2008, windows 7) and get this error on the login process the terminal connection is currently busy processing a connect, ...
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Automatic sign on - Windows XP SP2 and Windows 2003 Terminal Server

Is it possible to automatically pass logon credentials from XP SP2 to MSTSC.exe (and terminal server 2003). It seems Vista/XPSP3 & 2008 support doing this out of the box, but XP & 2003 ...