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As written in the question, the problem also happens using a WinXP client, not only rdesktop. So it could be anything rather than a rdesktop-specific implementation problem. Moreover, the connection can stay up a long time and closes only seconds after successfully logging in, this suggests that it's caused by something that happens after logging in. After ...


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Have a solution for you: Download makecert.exe and generate new cert for RDP makecert -r -pe -n "CN=server FQDN" -eku 1.3.6.1.5.5.7.3.1 -ss my -sr LocalMachine -sky exchange -sp "Microsoft RSA SChannel Cryptographic Provider" -sy 12" Change server FQDN with real value. Go to computer certificates and under remote desktop delete current certificate. Then ...


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If you wish to login to a domain account from a system that does not belong to that domain, try remote_domainname\tesmgr in the userid field for the login.


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It should work the same in Windows 2012 as much as I can tell. I don't see a reason why not. The Terminal Service have been renamed to Remote Desktop Services, all the rest of the functionality is preserved.


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I had a similar issue: keys had a random effect in the remote session. Then I realized that on the client computer (a mac) I had another keyboard layout activated than the usual one. After setting it back to the usual (on the mac), typing worked again in the remote session.


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I had the same problem but a different solution. In group policy – configure FQDN for the RD Connection Broker. (you will also need to enable ‘join rd connection broker) my working config as below. Local Computer Policy/Computer Configuration/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/Remote Desktop Services/Remote Desktop Session Host/RD Connection ...


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You will get angry call. You need to use Windows Media Player, some reference below; If your video are in flash format, then Flash content can be redirected, but with Citrix in ICA. Both way work as it, the receiver send the raw content to the locally installed application, thats why both technology (with RDP or ICA) need the application locally to ...


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There's no way to force Windows to render the GUI without giving it an actual reason to render the GUI. I'm not sure exactly how the AWS console works, but generally in this situation, the easiest solution would be to disable the screensaver and autolock functions, open a console session and then leave it open. If that's not an option with AWS, the only ...


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You can prevent this from happening by making sure you are not sharing drives via your RDP connection. When connecting to a server via RDP: Click Show Options Go to the Local Resources tab Click Settings Click More Unselect all drives This worked for me and got rid of the "Preparing paste information" dialog.


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I have a redundant set of AD servers that periodically do the same. Those are (luckily) the only Windows servers we run. What happens is that the user.ini file gets corrupted, particularly on a lengthy Windows update session. The only thing that helps is (since of course it does not find its recovery partition, and a command line does not help) to take the ...



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