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1answer
112 views

Unable to use Remote Desktop connect to Windows server 2003 by Terminal Services

I have a system composed with few windows servers 2003 R2, one is built as the domain controller another one as a web server. I tried to remotely log on the domain controller with a wyse thin client ...
4
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1answer
280 views

“Preparing Paste Information” when copying files on server using RDP

I'm attempting to copy files from one server folder to another server folder over an RDP connection and this window pops up when I hit CTRL+C to copy the files: There's only 12.5mb in 276 files and ...
1
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1answer
36 views

Win2k3s - Low colours on Remote Dekstop

The problem I am experiencing is a slight variation on the common issue with colour-count on RD. When connecting RD from a win7 machine to a win2k3s machine via the Administrator account I get a ...
0
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1answer
406 views

How can i get ip address of client connected to remote desktop

I have this environment: I have one windows server with many client that will connect to it in remote desktop. For each client it creates a new session asa it connect to rdesktiop. What i need is ...
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2answers
56 views

Windows Server - check remote access

I have to check account access to about 700 servers with Windows Server 2003. We had access to all these servers, but over the years some of the servers changed owners and my group no longer have ...
0
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0answers
291 views

Access denied when attempting login to servers with Domain Users via RDP

I have a VM server, with VSphere, I have 2 windows server 2003 VMs: A server holds the DNS, DC and AD roles. IIS holding a web platform that allows Domain Admins to create new Domain Users (which are ...
2
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1answer
236 views

Remote Desktop locks user account on Password Change

We maintain a Terminal Server on our network for our remote office and occasional third party vendors to connect in to. Our windows network active directory has the standard windows password ...
0
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0answers
286 views

Remote Desktop Connection slow to Server 2003

I am experiencing massive slowness remoting into a server 2003 via remote desktop connection to a terminal server in another office location. The location where I am remotting into from has a fast ...
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2answers
1k views

Restrict RDC console session for administrator only in Windows 2003 Server

I have a server (Windows 2003 ) and different users connect the server via Remote Desktop Connection. All users have admin rights on it. So sometimes it becomes very difficult for me to RDC to the ...
1
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1answer
269 views

Remote Desktop IP missing in Event Log

I was checking my remote desktop event logs and an entry is confusing for me. The event was a normal log on event with a username, but at details have a dash (-) for the source IP instead of a source ...
0
votes
1answer
398 views

RDP suggesting a user name when connecting to a server

Prior to Event X, RDPing to Server 2003 always caused the user name appear blank and Login to be enabled, so you could pick to which domain you would log in. For us it's either local or our domain. ...
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0answers
103 views

hyper-v server 2003 instance using internet connection sharing disconnects remote desktop to hyper-v host

I have a windows server 2003 R2 instance running in a hyper-v instance on windows 8. I have setup an internal switch that uses internet connection sharing to get out to the internet. It works fine ...
3
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1answer
3k views

How to read Terminal Services Manager idle time

I opened Terminal Services Manager today on my Win2k3 server and it shows something like this: User State Idle Time Logon Time Jake Active 1 ...
0
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2answers
64 views

Performing task on remote window server 2003 machine

I have to perform various task such as restarting process, monitor process state check disk space, log monitoring on Window server 2003 machine. For this i am using remote desktop access which is very ...
0
votes
1answer
5k views

Remote session from client name a exceeded the maximum allowed failed logon attempts. (Every 10 sec in my Event Log)

I got the following INFO in my event log every 10 sec, any idea what does it mean? and why getting this info? Windows 2003, managed by 1 user (me) and I only have the account. Event Log Message: ...
3
votes
1answer
301 views

Audit when users log on and off servers

We have contractors periodically remoting into our production servers and goodness know what changes that they could potentially make. So What can I use to log when users log on or off a server(s)? ...
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1answer
322 views

Windows Server 2003 remote desktop crash

I have a trouble with RDP on Windows server 2003. When I start the system everything seems to work (3389 port is listening), I can connect with rdp client, just after login confirm the client exits ...
0
votes
2answers
85 views

Setting up a Remote Gateway to service computer network

I have a network over about 20 computers that need to be maintained from a remote location. Would the best way be to setup software from say LogMeIn on one of the systems and then configure all the ...
2
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0answers
349 views

How to disable Windows Server 2003 terminal server PIN login without losing smart card support?

The users of a Windows Server 2003 terminal server should be able to use their national identity card (a smart card) inside the terminal session. This requires the Remote Desktop Connection's [x] ...
0
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2answers
956 views

Problems using local printer via RDP on windows 2003 sever

The client is windows 7 machine, it have local printer attached. Necessary check-boxes are checked (at "share local resources" in remote desktop connection configuration windows), but the printer not ...
0
votes
0answers
121 views

Windows Server 2003, start program on RD-connection without disconnecting at finish

I've got an rdp file which I use to connect to a specific user. In this file, I've specified a batch script I want to be run on connect. However after the script is run on, I get disconnected. If I ...
0
votes
1answer
2k views

The RDP protocol component “DATA ENCRYPTION” detected an error in the protocol stream and has disconnected the client

I have a W 2K3 Terminal Server which most of my computers can connect to without a problem. There is one computer which always fails and says: The client could not establish a connection to the ...
2
votes
1answer
432 views

How can I get Mac RDC client to connect to W2K3 after enabling FIPS support?

Recently we enabled FIPS 140-2 Encryption Algorithms on our W2K3 server per http://chadamberg.com/drupal/IISCryptography and now my Mac RDP 2.1.1 client won't connect. I get: "Remote Desktop ...
0
votes
1answer
436 views

Cannot remotely connect to server while it's connected to WAN port

It may appear like a really dumb question but why can't I remotely connect to my server when it's connected to the WAN port of the router? It was working when the server was connected through any ...
3
votes
1answer
314 views

Remote Desktop Admin Disabled after Terminal Services Enabled

I have a windows 2003 standard server that we've always used the Remote Desktop Admin (max 2 sessions). Yesterday, I enabled terminal services on the server, to look into expanding that max sessions. ...
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1answer
176 views

Google desktop on Server - indexing takes a long time

How is your experience of Google desktop on server? My server is relatively slow (quite slow actually). I have installed Google desktop to speed up the search process. It started indexing a week ago. ...
3
votes
1answer
389 views

(Virtual) Windows Server console: Black screen

When connecting to our virtual Windows 2003 Server (SBS 2003 SP2) via a normal RDP session, everything works fine. However, when connecting with /admin to get to the console session, the following ...
2
votes
1answer
684 views

How can I configure Windows Firewall without turning the service on? [closed]

I suddenly could not RDP into my server after rebooting it. Turned out the Firewall was blocking me, I remotely shut off the firewall service (parallels virtuozzo panel) and was able to RDP in. When I ...
3
votes
1answer
392 views

Cannot Login to RDP on Server 2003 r2

I just installed Windows Server 2003 (64bit) Because the Administrator password was blank I went to cmd > "net user Administrator newpass" The command completed successfully. Logged out, Logged ...
0
votes
1answer
499 views

Conflict with Local and Domain Policy for Remote Desktop

I am running Windows Server 2003 domain and implementing the Remote Desktop Users group without any problems to manage who has access to remote into the Domain Controller. I recently set up a virtual ...
4
votes
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 ...
0
votes
2answers
239 views

Remote desktop without log off the user out

I have windows server 2003 with active directory and my users running on windows xp pro and I would like to use remote desktop without to log them out when I login with my account in other words I ...
0
votes
1answer
112 views

Controlling Terminal Services Session w/ elevated rights

I would imagine that this question is really quite stupid, but I have to ask. I need to reset a mail profile on my terminal server. The problem is that the admin who set up the terminal server ...
0
votes
1answer
380 views

Accessing Remote Desktop without Terminal Services on Windows 2003

We have a Windows 2003 server that out of the box we installed and ran Terminal Services. Now however the trial period is over and I am getting an error looking for a licence. Remote Desktop ...
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1answer
202 views

RDP to Windows Server 2003: Firewall is open but no one is answering!

This is driving me batty. I have a Windows SBS2003 machine to which I can connect via RDP as long as I'm on the LAN. I cannot, however, connect over the WAN. I've set up NAT on the Linksys router ...
3
votes
2answers
819 views

Why does my server restart after Remote Desktop logoff?

Ok, we have a web server that we remote desktop into from a Windows XP Pro box. The server is Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard Edition, Service Pack 2. When we log into the server after a windows ...
1
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1answer
1k views

Connection lost during Windows XP Remote Desktop session logs user off instead of disconnect

We are experiencing the same issues as described in this post on TechNet. We use Remote Desktop to log into Windows XP machines remotely. If the connection is lost the user is logged out instead of ...
0
votes
3answers
304 views

Windows Server no longer responds to ping

I've inherited a Windows Server that is used as the backup server for some of our internal machines. One day, seemingly at random, it stopped responding to ping and no longer accepts RDC requests. I ...
0
votes
2answers
150 views

Windows 2003 Web Edition & Remote Desktop

I'm tackling a project with 3-4 developers, and I want them to work all on the same machine through Remote Desktop. Thus I'm currently looking for an economically priced dedicated server that will fit ...
1
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1answer
318 views

How to ensure Windows server can share Windows client Clipboard

Clients are Windows XP, Servers are 2003 and 2008. Despite the option to share clipboard always being checked, occasionally the clipboard will not be shared between the two sessions. I can ctrl-c and ...
2
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1answer
182 views

Server 2003, How to setup the Firewall for Remote Desktop Connection

My company owns a cloud server having Windows 2003 Web Edition installed on it. This server can be access by anyone through remote desktop connection. I want to place some kind of restrictions on ...
0
votes
1answer
597 views

Windows 2000 Remote Desktop Alternative with Higher Screen Resolution

Can anyone suggest an alternative to the Windows Remote Desktop Client for Windows 2000 Professional that will allow for a screen resolution larger than the fixed 1600 x 1200? I am trying to get to ...
0
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1answer
7k views

Activating NLA on Windows Server 2003 RDP Client

I am trying to connect to a new Windows Server 2008 R2 machine via RDP from a Server 2003 machine. I have (and would like to keep) enabled the requirement for NLA (Network Level Authentication) which ...
0
votes
1answer
436 views

Only one user at once through remote

This is probably an easy question for anyone used to servers, and I know I once managed to do it, but I don't remember how. I purchased a VPS and am able to connect correctly as Administrator, and ...
0
votes
4answers
304 views

Group policy reset upon restart?

Is it possible for a group policy to revert back to its original state upon server restart? Our servers are hosted as a Virtual Machine on the rack. We had to restart our server for some reason and ...
1
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2answers
324 views

Remote Desktop to Virtual Machine

I recently reformatted one of my servers with Windows Server 2008 x64 and with that, installed the latest version of VMWare server on it. Within that, I created a new Windows Server 2003 R2 x86 ...
1
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1answer
225 views

Windows Server takes 5 minutes to log in via Remote Desktop? Stand alone server

It's a Dell PE 2900 with Windows Server 2003 standard 64 bit, all windows updates applied. CPU and Network are always under ten percent. Only Helios (file sharing) and SQL Server 2005 running on it. ...
0
votes
2answers
502 views

Bad password when logging in via Remote Desktop

I have just setup a windows 2003 server running in hyper-V. When I log in via Hyper-V it works fine. When I try to login via remote desktop I get a bad user name or password error. I have: ...
0
votes
1answer
134 views

windows server 2003 cannot accept connections

I am running a Windows Server 2003 OS and am noticing that no one is able to connect to the machine through Remote Desktop. I have gone through the Terminal Services Configuration to make sure that we ...
0
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4answers
2k views

Copy and paste passwords in windows server 2003 login screen?

The password for our windows server 2003 account is very long and complex, so I don't want to enter it each time by hand when I log in via RDP. However, copy/paste in the login screen seems to be ...