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This is tested on FreeBSD 10.0-RELEASE, but will likely work on FreeBSD 9.x. BIOS Configuration Open the BIOS settings and navigate to “Advanced → Serial Port Console Redirection” and ensure “SOL Console Redirection” is set to “Enabled” (you do not need to enable COM1 or COM2 or Out-of-Band management). Open the “SOL Console Redirection Settings” and ...


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With command line access you could install another remote control application like TeamViewer. A better approach would be to install the Windows Remote Server Administration Tools and diagnose the problem that way. These tools give you access to the Event Viewer. If you decide o give up on this server, get 1and1 to set up a new server for you first. Then ...


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I would start by checking if RDP is listening: netstat /p tcp /a | findstr 3389 if you do not see TCP 0.0.0.0:3389 hostname:0 LISTENING there is an issue preventing remote sessions. Take particular look at HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server\fDenyTSConnections which determines whether RDP is enabled. # ...


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Not enough rep to comment on the answer above, so: I run FreeBSD 9.2 and Andrew's configuration above enables SOL on COM 3 for me on X8SIL-F / X8SIE-F, from BIOS to login prompt. It is completely based on his above answer but tested on 9.2 with GENERIC kernel--thank you, Andrew! A few notes: It seems to be the order of 'comconsole' or 'vidconsole' in the ...



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