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Multiple user logons (Domain, Terminal Services) - How to determine if a user access token is invalid after password change

Our users work in terminal services domain environment. It happens sometimes that users are logged on multiple servers. When security policy forces user to change the password, he changes it on one ...
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83 views

disable audio on remote desktop

I am running a Windows 2008 server that has remote users connecting to it via terminal services. I have group policies in place for each organization that connects. Is there a way, through group ...
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1answer
77 views

how do I give the client access to remoteapp but prevent ts login? [duplicate]

I am running windows 2008 and have published an app with remoteapp in terminal services. That works great. My question is, can I prevent the user from logging in to the server with rdp while still ...
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215 views

TS_Block and Windows 2008

I am running a Windows 2008 Server and I have installed ts_block on it to help block RDP brute force attempts on the server. Question 1: What I wanted to know is there any benefit for me using ...
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449 views

Can I start a program from command line for another logged in user?

We have a Windows Server 2008 machine running Terminal Services. When users login, a custom program is launched and resides in the system tray that gives them some customized hotkeys for our company. ...
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1answer
74 views

Keyboard shortcut for “Use another account” in RDP

When using RDPing into a Windows Server 2008 server, it will often prompt you for credentials before you login. I noticed that tab will skip to the option to Remember my credentials, totally skipping ...
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1answer
446 views

Qwinsta: Do disconnected sessions tie up server resources

When running qwinsta I see both connected and disconnected user sessions on a Windows server. I end up cleaning up all the sessions marked with disc just because it seems like good housekeeping. ...
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1answer
250 views

Disable NLA on client side

I already disabled NLA on the Terminal Service of Windows 2008 server, that now rdesktop connects to the console directly, But from a Windows 7 client, it still asks me to populate the password prior ...
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1answer
150 views

Adding user groups from a remote domain server to permissions of a remote desktop terminal server fails. why?

I have 3 computers, two of which are servers running Windows Server 2008 and another running Windows 7. One of the servers has the following roles installed; Active Directory, DHCP and DNS. The other ...
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1answer
4k views

Changing the login timeout for Windows Remote Desktop Services

At our school we use thin clients that connect to a Windows 2008 R2 server using Remote Desktop Services. This works very well. One problem we still have is the login timeout for the RDP connection. ...
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0answers
192 views

Under CITRIX, why would a user get the message “your smart card is blocked”, when it really isn't?

I have a XenApp 5 farm, running under Win2k8 server. Sometimes a user's session will "hang", and when they attempt to connect to CITRIX after that, they'll see the standard authentication error "your ...
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1answer
188 views

Should terminal server clients use FQDNs with a W2K8 print server?

We have a network with Windows 2008 R2 Terminal Servers and a print server, and experience printing problems every morning which disappear after a while. The IT department seems to have no idea what ...
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1answer
789 views

Windows Server 2008 User Screen Resolution

There are many users that log onto our server (Windows Server 2008 R1) remotely. There is one user in particular that is having trouble seeing her screen due to the resolution set on the server side. ...
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0answers
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
488 views

Assign static IP to Users that access using Terminal Services (Remote Desktop)

For a project I'm working on I'm looking for the ability to assign a specific ip to users when they start a terminal service session. I'm using Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 and I tried using Remote ...
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1answer
41 views

Setting starting application for Terminal Services on group level

On Environment tab on a user (AD settings) I can specify Starting Program, which works correctly. Is there any possibility to do the same but on group level?
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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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1answer
2k views

Windows Server 2008 r2: Updating RDP 6.1 to 7.1

I have Windows Server 2008 R2 RDP Session Hosts. They are using the RDP 6.1 protocol. How can I update to 7.1? Do I have to install a software or can it be configured?
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791 views

Windows 2008 RDP - 1 user at a time

We have a 2008 Server SP1. We're only able to RDP one at a time, if a 2nd user RDP's in the first user gets disconnected. How do we allow for multiple sessions to be connected at the same time? Do ...
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1answer
518 views

Remote Desktop Users via Group Policy Server 2008

I have a group policy setup that turns on remote desktop connections to all clients on the network. The only problem with this, is the local user accounts are not administrative accounts and do not ...
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2answers
437 views

Remote Control on WTS 2008

When I try to Remote Control another user on a WTS 2008 server, I disconnect the other user and get a "Access denied" popup. It's not a lack of permissions since I'm the Domain Admin. I think it has ...
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1answer
3k views

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
229 views

How can I stop the OpenFileDialog in Office from displaying my Network computers?

We have a Windows Server 2008 running Terminal Services. Users typically use the Drop Down menu at the top of the dialog to select a location to open/save their file. The problem is that by default ...
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1answer
342 views

Windows SBS 2008 user unable to RDP in even though it is in the correct groups

Problem: A user was accidentally deleted from a Windows SBS 2008 server running Active Directory and we have been unable to grant it RDP rights - the error message states that the account needs to be ...
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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
2k views

Remote desktop not continuing to run programs when I close it

I am using remote desktop to install and setup Windows Server 2008 R2. I'm having an issue when copying hundreds of GBs of files to the server. When I close remote desktop it is supposed to keep my ...
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2answers
679 views

After making a server into a secondary DC, it no longer allows remote desktop connections other than Aministrator

Earlier this morning I dcpromo'ed my second server to be DC2. Everything is working great except for the fact that users aren't able to remote into it. The user I am trying with is "cs". "Cs" is a ...
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3answers
2k views

Remote Desktop Services Remote Audio Issues

I have a server running server std 2008 r2 fully patched. There are 8 Wyse C10LE's that connect to the server via RDS. Everything is working fantastically with the exception that there is no ...
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3answers
231 views

Two SBS 2003 Servers, two domains, one company, Exchange, and Terminal Services [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can you help me with my software licensing question? Here's the scenario; please let me know if I haven't provided enough info. Business 1 went out of business, and ...
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3answers
520 views

Stuck Windows Key on Windows 2008 server (via mstsc)

I'm connecting to a Windows 2008 R2 server using terminal services. It worked like a charm for a very long time, but now for some reason the Windows Key seems to be stuck in it. (No matter where I ...
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2answers
1k views

Windows Server 2008 RDP-TCP Certificate keeps going back to Auto generated

Our servers undergo periodic PCI compliance scans and we have a Windows 2008 server machine that we have port 3389 open for RDP. It is secured with SSL, but it is failing the scan because their test ...
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2answers
439 views

Set initial program for Terminal Services user with Powershell (without active directory)

I'm running Terminal Services without Active Directory on Windows Server 2008. How can I set the startup program for a user via Powershell? Since I don't have the Active Directory role installed, it ...
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1answer
508 views

Problem with Windows 2008 GPO policies: cannot apply to single user

I have been trying to setup a GPO policy for a single user ( administrator ) in Windows Server 2008. I have aprox. 50 users using Terminal Service in this server and need to make a different ...
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1answer
938 views

Windows 2008 Terminal Service: per-user timeout configuration

I have a windows 2008 box running terminal services and i used group policy to setup a timeout of 10 minutes for idle sessions which works great for all users. The issue is that i have 3 users which ...
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1answer
435 views

Temporary user-profiles on Windows Server 2008 TS

for a publicly accessible terminal server I have created a user profile which only allows running of a few programs (demonstration of applications). This results in many people connecting to the ...
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2answers
253 views

Printer Loading on Terminal Services - Server 2008

We have a problem with one of our clients where the default printer he uses isn't loaded by the time the app that he uses over terminal services is launched. If you check again a minute later the ...
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1answer
5k views

how to disable user logoff from remote desktop

I need to disable log off function for terminal services users. Disconnect option only will be acceptable. Is any script to make it works?
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206 views

automatic user logon after server reboot - Windows 2008 remote desktop

I need to make 7 user sessions always to be logged in. If my server rebooted, I need some script or windows feature to make sure that all 7 users are logged in into remote desktop sessions (without ...
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3answers
2k views

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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1answer
253 views

listen on a specific ip at windows 2008 web terminal services

I have a Windows 2008 Web Edition server with several IPs. In order to improve security I want to expose only one IP for public services, and use another IP for the administrative ports. That said, ...
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1answer
739 views

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
449 views

Windows Server 2008: Terminal Services / VDI

I have a Dell R710 with 72GB of memory running Hyper-V. Within Hyper-V I have a Windows 2008 (32-bit) VM running Terminal Services. How do I allocate memory so that any user who connects to this ...
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1answer
1k views

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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Terminal Services server

We are going to be using a terminal server to service our 11 users. Microsoft Server 2008 Standard 64-bit. Do you think this spec would work well? Dell R200 Intel DualCore Xeon X3065 2.33Ghz Dell ...
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1answer
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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
225 views

Can i use TS Remote APP for Antivirus

Is it possible that i install the Latest Anti-virus on server 2008 and other cleints can scan their folder/file/drive by using Terminal service remote APP.
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198 views

Can't access a new 2008 terminal server in mixed 2003/2008 environment

We have just set up a new 2008 terminal server. It's joined to a domain called HOSTING and I can see the 2003 server active directory. However, we can't seem to log onto it with users other than ...
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2answers
8k views

Can I limit user bandwidth/ram usage/CPU usage in Windows 2003/2008/2008 R2?

I would like to limit the resource usage on a per user basis on a Windows Server 2003, 2008, or 2008 R2 machine. Suppose I have four users logged into one machine using TS and they are all using ...
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4answers
2k views

Windows Server 2003 TS versus 2008 R2 RDS?

I'm looking to implement a thin-client / TS (or RDS) solution in our main office and was wondering if anyone could comment on using Windows Server 2008 R2 RDS or Server 2003's TS's? Are there ...
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2answers
424 views

Rack Server Specs / Reccomendations for RDS Users

I'm writing up a cost analysis report on migrating in-house users from standalone workstations to thin-clients connected to a rack mounted server running Windows Server 2008 with RDS (formally TS). I ...