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If you have access to the servers to make configuration changes ( since you host the servers) then you can configure it so that you can access your servers via a web browser (preferably Internet Explorer since it's a Windows server) . When you connect via a web browser to your Windows server, the traffic uses Port 443. Most companies open ports 80 (http) and ...


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On the Windows Server 2012 machine, disable the Large Send Offload via the following steps: a. Open Network Connections. b. Right-click the icon of the Network card and select Properties. c. In Networking tab, click Configureā€¦ button. d. In the next window, switch to Advanced tab. e. Click the Large Send Offload Version 2 (IPv4) and change the value to ...


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We found out, that the Hypervisor Server was configured to use a balanced-power setting. After changing we see that all the virtual Servers have increased performance. We also excluded the vhdx files from being checked by the antivirus on the Hypervisor Server. Yet not completely sure if this also solves our customers problems but we made a step ahead. ...


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If you want to have an idea of what happening on your server, you can use the Performance Analyser of Windows 2012. You can launch a record during 24h of all counters and with that, you will be able to see where come from your performance problem. It could be the processsors, the memory, the disks or one process. Be carefull, the report files generated by ...


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No. It would evade any kind of security by tunneling unknown and untrusted traffic into the network. You're already connected to your employer through VPN, so ask the employers IT staff to open up ports for you (on the VPN) if you need them.


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For the original poster, have you tried X2Go? I know that's another server piece you have to install in your 16.04 system, but using that on my machines, with the X2go client allowed multiple users to login with different X sessions at the same time. I find that depending on your hardware capabilities, the Mate and XFCE desktops perform really well. ...


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On a previous answer related to this topic, one of the comments from someone claimed the wmic version of the command didn't work for them on a 2012 R2 machine, but the Powershell equivalent version did work. You might try that. Here's the equivalent Powershell command. $path = (gwmi -class "Win32_TSGeneralSetting" -Namespace root\cimv2\terminalservices -...


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I also had this problem, which brought me here. My solution was to double-check that your thumbprint (after you remove the spaces and special leading character) reflects exactly the certificate's thumbprint. I was missing a trailing digit; once added back I received a "Property(s) update successful. Good luck.


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I would recommend looking into your certificate setup. Have you purchased a third party SSL certificate? Or have you generated one from your RD server? Does it have a private key assigned, because it will need one. It sounds like an issue with the certificate/private key. I would try add an 'import certificate to personal store' GPO rule inside of your RD ...



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