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Deleting on a shared drive gives false error, why?

I use terminal-server Windows Server 2012 when a user inside the terminal session deletes a file on a shared drive (R: here) and gets the error bellow: Could not find this item This is no longer ...
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How to synchronize applications between two terminal-service servers?

We have two terminal-service server and we use Network Load Balancing (NLB) to cluster this two terminal-service servers together. We need to have the same applications installed on the two servers, ...
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2answers
646 views

Terminal Server disk performance

Our users experience slow session performance at times during normal work hours. Applications (IE, Office Apps etc.) are slow to respond so is switching between them. This problem happens sporadically ...
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1answer
299 views

Terminal Server Excel export

I have an application I have exported as a RemoteApp via a 2008 R2 (recently upgraded from 2008) terminal server. Ever since the upgrade the excel export function of this app (which actually opens a ...
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757 views

Windows Server 2008R2, can't add RDP Connection Type

I'm facing a rather strange, and infuriating, issue with a recent Windows 2008R2 configured as a Remote Desktop server. One one server, I can see that 2 RDP connection types are installed: On the ...
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1answer
230 views

Connection to Terminal Server 2000 administrator console

One of my client have a Windows Server 2000 and I can connect to this server using remote desktop. However, I can't connect to the Administrator Console. I tried every switch available (I'm using ...
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1answer
978 views

device settings (e.g. duplex) for redirected printers on ws2008 are not carried over

I've been chasing the following issue for half a year now at our company and ask for help on the matter: Users of a branch office (x86 clients) loggon to a Windows Server 2008 R2 x64 terminal server ...
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215 views

.Net application deployment under Terminal Services (win svr 2008 R2)

I just wanted to see if its possible or even Necessary to use application deployment for a .Net application under terminal server. im aware that applications are installed on the server and the users ...
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2answers
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Terminal Server local profiles fail to delete on logoff

Our company is in the middle of deploying Terminal Services 2008 R2, however i have noticed that our TS Users profiles do not get removed from local Terminal Server at user logoff. Now im aware that ...
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1answer
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Terminal Server 2008 (32 bit) fails to load profile (sometimes)

I'm having an issue with a virtualized Terminal Server running Windows Server 2008 (32-bit). It doesn't seem to be affecting any users connecting with HP Thin-Clients, only with my test accounts which ...
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1answer
420 views

Slow printing using Windows Server 2008 easyprint, Lexmark example

Morning, We're currently in a project of moving a big customer (~300 users) from a Server 2003 terminal server environment to a 2008 to get around Tricerat licenses and some other old software. ...
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1answer
175 views

Upgrading Windows Server 2000 Terminal Server to 2003 R2

I have a Windows 2000 Terminal Server and I need to upgrade to Windows Server 2003 R2. What path do I need to take to do an in-place upgrade? My only choice is an in-place upgrade in this scenario. Do ...
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1answer
538 views

Use RD Gateway to direct users to certain term server?

Is it possible to configure RD Gateway to, depending on a users group, point them to one term server or another? Just trying to make it work on the domain right now.
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1answer
90 views

Win Server 2003/Terminal Services Remote Access

Office users access a win2003 server from within the office using thin clients and terminal services. In reviewing the security settings it seems, by default, all users in the 'Remote Desktop Users' ...
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1answer
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Windows Terminal Services 2003 Remote Printer Printing One Blank Page

We've got a remote user on Windows XP with an HP Deskjet 6122 printer that is having some printing issues. Weird thing is that the user was able to print before but now all of a sudden cannot. There ...
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1answer
344 views

Windows directory (%WINDIR%) on Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services returning wrong path

I have a program installed on Windows Server 2003 (Terminal Services role) which should be reading its INI file from C:\Documents & Settings\$user\Windows, but has suddenly started reading it from ...
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Securing Remote Desktop Server on Windows 7 For Internet Use

I have a desktop and laptop both running Windows 7 Professional. My goal is to secure the desktop so that I can securely use "Remote Desktop" over the Internet from ONLY the laptop. I have already ...
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3answers
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Good antivirus for Terminal Services environment (Windows Server 2008)

I'm looking for a good antivirus to install on a Windows Server 2008 with Terminal Services enabled and 10 concurrent user that run app on this server through app remote ... This server is in a ...
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Terminal server serial COM port redirection and USB-to-Serial adapter

I have a client(Windows 7 Pro) that make a connection to Windows terminal server through RDP, i have enabled COM port redirection for both server and client side, but the redirection doesn't happen ...
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1answer
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Terminal services and screen savers

I have a Window Server 2008 R2 server acting as a terminal server for mobile devices running a single application, but I am having issues with the screen saver popping on after ten minutes. Is there ...
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1answer
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Differences between Remote Desktop and Terminal services

What is the difference between Remote Desktop and Terminal services? We run a windows 2008 R2 server. There are several administrators who need to access this server. Windows 2008 allows only two ...
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1answer
1k views

Application losing Printer within Terminal Services for remote users

Question: What I need to do is have a permanent link to a printer, normally only accessible through Terminal Services (Printer Redirect), to allow Sage Line 50 layouts to see that printer ...
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Allow multiple remote desktop connections from same user

We're just setting up a brand new Server 2008 R2 with Remote Desktop services. Everything is installed fine so far, we have set it up with 5 CALs per User (not Machine!) and they are activated and ...
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2answers
117 views

How to control which programs are viewable & accessible via Terminal Services?

I know I can control access to programs in Terminal Services (TS) via 'Software Restriction Policies.' But is there a way to show only the programs relevant (i.e. accessible) to the TS user -- ...
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Terminal Services - MS Access Frequently “Not Responding”

Exposition: We use a program built in MS Access that I serve via Terminal Services. I just installed a new TS Server with a Quad Core 2.6GHz Xeon, 8GB RAM, and 4 SATA drives in a RAID 0. In ...
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1answer
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Explorer.exe not starting after login on Windows Server 2003 (Terminal Services and console)

When users login to a Windows Server 2003 R2 running Terminal Services they have a blank desktop. Upon inspection, explorer.exe is not running. When I login as administrator, using either RDP or to ...
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Multiple RDP sessions on a single computer?

I've got users using RDP to connect to a Windows 2008 with Windows Server 2008's Terminal Server Application mode. (Users RDP in and get an app that looks like it's running locally.) It works great. ...
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Binding the RDP listener to 127.0.0.1 only

I'm trying to bind the remote desktop listener to 127.0.0.1 on Windows Server 2003 Enterprise. I tried tscc.msc but it only lets you choose a certain physical adapter. Also by quickly glancing over ...
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2answers
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What is your basic lockdown Group Policy for Terminal Services servers

I'm looking for direction on some general settings to configure for a Terminal Services server group policy. It is running Server 2003 Standard and hosts about 20 people simultaneously. Obviously ...
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Where do files go if I lose a Remote Desktop session?

Where do files go if I lose a Terminal Services session and could reconnect until after my session had expired? Are they lost in the ether or would Windows save them somewhere? Not sure if this ...