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Had same issue and I've found that my user was in Deny log on through Remote Desktop Services policy (in Security Settings > Local Policies > User Rights Assignment). After I removed him from this policy I was able to log on successfully.
I eventually just used comm2ip and modified the program to support more com ports (it only supports 5 out of the box). It is installed on a windows box with a bunch of rollover cables connected from the PC to Cisco routers. You ssh into the box and are redirected, based on the port, to a serial port. This is not a very enterprise-y solution, and we should ...
OK - so I figured it out finally. As @gnur suggests, xrdp is the thing to use, but not right out of the box. It appears that the XRDP that comes with Ubuntu is old(ish), so: XRDP must be built from source. Get the source here and follow the very nice manual here to get things in reasonably working order. Without this, session reconnection does not work ...
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