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This applies to the following OS: Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012and Windows VistaTry this command query session [<SessionName> | <UserName> | <SessionID>] [/server:<ServerName>] [/mode] [/flow] [/connect] [/counter] This should give output like the following; C:\>query session SESSIONNAME ...


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You will get this logon type 3 when you are using NLA (Network Layer Authentication) as the authentication type since it will try and pre-authenticate you prior to giving you RDP access. You can test this by changing the security layer to RDP Security Layer. Instructions and detailed information on how to do so are found here: Configure Server ...


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When you are configuring your remote desktop connection, there is an option that is labelled 'local resources' from there you can pass through local drives to the target machine. You shouldn't have needed to install remote desktop from the store since the client is included by default. In the search box on the taskbar, type remote desktop and it will appear ...


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Some redirected printers do not give you access to certain driver properties because the user does not have "Manage this printer" permissions on the print queue. The security cannot be changed. I created a PowerShell script that will re-create the printer giving you "Manage this printer" access. https://github.com/zniezelski/Printerceptor/releases some ...


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There were some latency issues with HyperV of Windows 2008R2.... some of my customers upgraded to Windows 2012 or 2012 R2 and had a dramatic improvement in network stability from RDP clients to HyperV guests. Probably that has something to do with the integrated virtual switch. And about the hardware problems of the host - I found that the Intel Pro series ...


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i found the solution for this issue... but i have view questions.. is that domain user? like MSN.COM\john if your answer yes you should go to user account properties after that go to groups and add this user to remote remote desktop user and remote management user  the second thing you go to that remote computer --> go to control panel --> user ...


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The VNC connection you speak of is not a service in the guest, it's a console connection to the hypervisor, and has nothing to do with whether the guest OS is up or not. RDP depends on the guest OS (Windows) services to be up and running, especially networking. I suspect what happens is your Windows guest doesn't bring up some parts of it's network stack ...



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