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First things first: without the IP address, you are likely out of luck simply because that machine's name is no longer registered in DNS - you can ping the hostname 'til the cows come home and never get a peep out of it. You'll need to scan the entire subnet for live IPs in order to find it. And if the random IP you set your workstation to just happens to be ...


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I'm assuming that you want to RDP to it so that you can change it's ip address? If yes, then you can try this: Temporarily assign your workstation an ip address in the same 172.18.2.x range, then RDP to the machine, then change the ip address to match your new ip address range, then change your workstation ip address back to what it was.


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Can’t you add a start-up entry on the client to run mstsc /v target ?


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The Windows logon process has unexpectedly terminated. Event ID 4005 Searching Google for that returns a number of links, most of which have troubleshooting and/or resolution suggestions. That EventID even has its own page on Technet, all official from from Microsoft itself. Event ID 4005 — Windows Logon Availability [...] Diagnose This error ...


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If you can setup TeamViewer or similar in the first session, Ctrl + Alt + End will then work for the second RDP session


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you need to edit the .vmx file to add the following line: keyboard.typematicMinDelay = "2000000" it takes out the "bounce". With my version of vmware, I have to make this change when the VM is down. I understand that it can be made from an edit window, but I have not been able to find that place.


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Yes, Windows still lets you log in through RDP if the system drive is full.


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If having Windows detect your connection quality is giving you grief, I would recommend working around the problem by setting it manually. (The Experience tab of the built-in Windows RDP client, mstsc.exe). Once you've selected any of the other options, you can manually adjust the settings (by checking or unchecking the check boxes) to be whatever you ...


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What drivers are you using? Easy Print? If you're not, or if the client doesn't support that, you're going to have to install the print driver on your server. Yes, for each of your 100 users.


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If you don't have port 3389 available to you because of firewall restrictions, then I'd say your options are to either install Remote Desktop Gateway (formally Terminal Services Gateway) on the computer, which is an RPC over HTTP proxy to get remote desktop connections over port 443 (with the added bonus of being able to forward the RDP traffic to another ...


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Farhan Khan is completely correct assuming that you are using windows native PPTP. If you are using an SSLVPN or an IPSEC VPN client then you will not have a checkbox like that to check and you will need to take appropriate measures to ensure that the settings for the VPN are not set to a full tunnel.


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I could be wrong, but it sounds like split tunnelling issue. Try unchecking Use default gateway on remote network in the vpn connection properties



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