Remote Desktop connects then disconnects
We have a Terminal Server 2008 license. Customers are XP/2003/Vista. We are facing a problem of disconnection intermittent rdp. Remote Desktop connects, disconnects immediately and automatically connects again. Does ina lines, sometimes the connection continues and was it disconencts again.
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I have two laptops to Windows 7. We run OpenVPN which I will refer to the VPN server. The other is the Client and with me on trips. Open VPN is configured on the Client and the VPN server, and I can connect from inside and outside the network without any problems. I also have an Open VPN Client with another port configured on a server QNAS. I can connect without any problems.
I want to run the OpenVPN server on one VLAN separated to prevent users to see my internal network and only sees another NAS. I also use the VPN to offer our few users (3) the ability to connect and use my static IP address.
I have a router TP-Link-ER-6120. I can configure the three ports to run in 3 separate VLANS. When I configure the VPN server works on my regular network to exploit the VLAN1 and VLAN2, I can always connect to OpenVPN and all I want to do works (NAS and Internet access with my static IP). However, when I try to establish a Session to the VPN server computer remote desktop, I get the login and enter my user name and password. I see the remote desktop window, open and usually see the remote desktop wallpaper and loading the desktop icons. Then it crashes. If he does until I can see the desktop, it automatically attempts to reconnect. If she makes it that far, it stops with a window that says Remote Desktop connection has been disconnected.
If I come back in the configuration of the router and change the configuration of VLAN for the server VPN is on the same virtual network, I can connect and the remote desktop connection is successful, as long as the customer is located on my network. If I connect the Client to the VPN server from outside my network in this configuration, the remote desktop will always fail in the same manner described above. I also have a QNAS on my network with OpenVPN configured and operational. If I connect the Client computer to the QNAS, I can connect to the VPN server until the VPN server is placed in its own VIRTUAL LAN.
Thus, work Desktop connections to local computers.
However, since a remote off-grid remote office connections begin to work, but are stopped when connecting.
-J' I ping the VPN server during connection attempts and never lose the connection.
-J' used telnet to Server VPN 3389 port and it connects.
-J' turned off the firewalls on both sides and went up to remove Symantec on the VPN and BitDefender server on the side side Client to use Windows Firewall on both. And then disabled Windows Firewall as well and still no joy.
Is there a setting in Windows I'm missing that allow the desktop connection remote on the LAN, but not enable during login remotely even if I can ping, telnet and usually access the rest of the network?
Is it maybe a configuration problem on the side of the router? Installation side route is a very simple graphic interface. I configured for the VPN service roads and they remain in place (one for the QNAS) and one for the OpenVPN server. I set up a static route (virtual server) for port 3389 go directly to the IP address of the VPN server, but that did nothing.
Miss me probably something simple, but it launched my ass for weeks now.
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By the description, I understand that the problem with remote desktop connects and then stops after a few seconds on the system.
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I have Windows 7 on my desktop PC and connection Remote Desktop was working fine up until yesterday. When I try to connect to the my home office PC (desktop and laptops get the same mssg) he now gives me an error that says "Remote Desktop Disconnected - this computer cannot connect to the remote computer. Try to connect again. If the problem persists contact the owner of the remote computer or network administrator. "Nothing on the remote PC has changed and I've checked all the settings to make sure that the remote connection has not been disabled on the desktop, but everything seems fine.
Thanks for your help.
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When I connect to Windows from another computer with desktop connection remote, Windows will display connection, and when I disconnect it remains this way to the login screen.
How do I log back as it was before I am connected remotely? Or how he stop going to the total login screen?
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According to the description, I understand that when you connect to Windows from another computer with windows, remote desktop connection goes to the login screen and when you disconnect, he stayed at the login screen.
I would like to inform you that it is by default technical, it will go to the login screen.
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I used Windows 7.
I first run the Windows Firewall with advanced security. Then I run Remote Desktop connection. He began to load (as many times before) and then all of a sudden has generated a message from remote desktop connection "because of a protocol error, this section will be disconnected. Please try again from the remote computer"
However, try as I might I was unable to connect more.
I tried first in order to run the Windows Firewall with advanced security, then VNC Server nun, then on connection desktop remotely, but it does not work. Sometimes, I get a message that the remote desktop connection was busy. I turned off my PC, but did anyway.
I'm doing something wrong? Could you please give me a hand? Thank you in advance.
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I'm trying to figure out how to make a remote desktop connection without the user on the computer, as I log to get to kickoff. When I start the DRC while the other computer is in use, I get a message saying... session remote desktop connection logon message another user is currently connected to this computer. If you continue, this user should disconnect from this computer. Do you want to continue?
Click Start / Help, then search for help on the "fast user switching".
Can someone tell me how to access Windows 8 PC on the Internet with remote desktop connection?
I'm good with the software and I have used many Microsoft software since the 1980s. So I like Microsoft products, but since they have outsourced their tech support, you can't support quality even if you pay for it. I followed all the instructions in the Windows 8 will help about DRC setting screens, but I can't connect unless I'm on the same home network. Here are the details:
I have a desktop PC with Windows 8 Pro and I have authorized the DRC. I tried two settings in system properties:
- Allow connections to this computer remotely.
- That allow the connection of computers running Office remotely with authentication NLA.
I also turned on both private and Public Windows Firewall settings > allow an App or feature through Windows Firewall.
I have installation then DRC to my laptop with Windows 8 (standard edition, not the Pro version). I have a DRC using the full name of the computer and other DRC using the static IP address for my ISP Desktop connection.
I use the user account administrator Windows for connections of DRC of the laptop.
I cannot get this to work on the Internet from a location outside my house with another ISP connection. The only way it works if I'm uncomfortable with the laptop using the same network home.
I called Dell tech support and it is always useless and just a more aggravating waste of an hour to talk to their support of technique outsourced in India (who barely even understand English) and then they hang up the phone as it was supposed to be disconnected. I also called Microsoft support and lost more than an hour to speak to their outsourced tech support in the Philippines (and as support of the India, they hang up or 'disconnect' when they cannot answer your question and they go account learn you more about Windows while they do). U.S. tech companies use AMERICANS more for their technical support so their customers can get people who actually care about doing a good job and can actually understand English?
So if someone who knows using Windows 8 for DRC on the Internet has some tips, then it would be greatly appreciated.
P.S. If anyone is offended by my comments about the ugly, incompetent, stupid providing "technical support" in India or the Philippines - Nevermind! You go ahead and waste hours of your time talking to some Morón in these countries, who barely understands English and then 'disconnects' the call when they know that you realize that they are clueless and have all the answers.
Take a look at no - IP.com or dyndns.com, and then use your host.domain:3389 of no.-ip/dynDNS or run RelaVNc SErver that is running on port 5900 by default. Server options allow you to change the port as well if necessary.
Hello, I have a technical question about file sharing.
I use a remote desktop connection to connect to the server of the company. We are currently between the two groups of IT services (last guy retired, he will be missed!) In any case, I need to backup my desktop files locally and have 4 or 5 of these local desktop file files saved as a backup on the server. I want to just my files desktop back mount easily on the server. And I don't know how / what to ask to do this. I just need to know what to ask.
I'm having problems:
1. I don't know how to configure a file to save its content on and through a secure server.
2. There are two types of files that I am trying to backup my office. The details are below.
2. the first type of files are simple files of customer data, PDF files, word files, files is excellent. Thus, some records are filled with the updated forms and these files constantly increasing in number and size of the file. A simple example of this type would be a Bill. File grows in size and file number every week because the new files are always being added.
2B. I can't accurately describe the second type of file. We use a program called TFP - when you open the program you load the specific customer file in a drop-down box. Whenever you open the customer specific AMTS program saves any changes you made to this file and updates the customer file with a new date and then transfers the file from the client to a file from archive in C: drive. Basically, I want to save this file on the server of the company.
3. can we make us safe so that data gets only shared a way? I don't want people on the server to change my desktop files.
Feel free to ask any questions. Thank you in advance.
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When printing a tag printing in internet explore from a server terminal server. I get the message "Remote Desktop connection has encountered a problem and needs to close". I get disconnected from the terminal server. I updated the file screwdriver as well as pilots of the printer. The printer is a HP3600.
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I am trying to connect via RDC (Remote Desktop Connection) of the SOURCE to the DESTINATION.
I welcomed the remote connections on the DESTINATION and added couple of users who are allowed to connect remotely.
I can ping DESTINATION SOURCE successfully.
None of the responses failed to control below SOURCE
C:\ > ping-l 512 f - n 100
Strange thing is that I can remote login from DESTINATION to SOURCE, but not vice versa.
I don't remember making any additional settings to other machines that are connected to remote. Only one machine (the DESTINATION) to the question.
Any thoughts are appreciated.
On the target computer, make sure that Port 3389 is not blocked by a firewall. If you use Windows Firewall, go to the control panel Windows Firewall, check that "Don't allow Exceptions" is not checked in the "Général" tab, then click the 'Exceptions' tab and make sure there is a check mark next to "Remote Desktop".
You can also ensure that a program is to accept incoming remote desktop connections to raise a command prompt (start-> Run-> "cmd") and entering the following command:
netstat - year | find "3389.
If all goes well, you should see the following line returned:
TCP 0.0.0.0:3389 0.0.0.0:0 LISTENING
The preliminary version of remote desktop connection has expired. To download the full version of remote desktop connection, go to Windows Update or contact your system administrator (Please give me the solution for this problem)
There are several ways you can solve the problem:
You can copy the files from a Windows XP SP2 computer and then Windows Remote Desktop should work again.
Copy the files in safe mode if not just windows will recreate the files even if you replace them or delete them
Or you can download an update from the Microsoft Download site and it will get your Remote Desktop works again.
Update for Windows XP (KB969084) - The Remote Desktop Connection 7.0 client update allows you to use the new remote desktop Services features.
Please read the known issues in Windows XP from the article above.
I hope this helps.
I have a problem with the remote desktop connection. I use windows xp SP3 operating system, whenever I am trying to connect to a server from my laptop connect after his hit get or too slow.
Firstly I have internet then connect it with CISCO VPN and then try to connect with the server
PC to connect with the server, but its too slow I can't execute all orders of his get
I use Server 2003.
Could you suggest me on this?
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I was able to use the remote desktop of Windows XP Pro. I have a computer in my living room and the other in the kitchen. I can access computers from the other room . What don't get me, is when using the living room computer for remote access to the computer in the kitchen, kitchen computer disconnects. It is same for the kitchen for remote access to the living room. I saw a remote technical support remote access to a computer and you can see them manipulate the desktop computer. How this happen?
They do not use the remote desktop connection for this - they use another form of support office automation tool. There are several on the market that will do that.
Remote Desktop connection resumes work stations, as you have seen and disconnects any account that is active at a time.
Good somehow I try to connect to my remote friends computer and it has a windows 7 and I already configured on his computer. I already forwarded Ports on his computer, his static IP, added exception to the firewall, including Norton Internet Security Firewall 2013, so his remote desktop connection is good. But my computer is a Windows Vista Home Premium, but somehow, it wont let me connect it keeps telling in a dialog box with this error:
Say this 'Remote Desktop disconnected"
"Try to connect again. If the problem persists, contact your network administrator or the owner of the remote computer.
But it's is not my friends computer problem, its my computer, I would have never been able to use Remote Desktop on my computer, I have no idea why. I also configured with my router Embarq EQ 660 - R in the NAT rule SUA Port 3389 with my routers IP. But somewhere in my firewall, it doesn't let me use the same TCP 3389 port, it won't let me enter any number of his strange. Well, I have the screen shot a photo so I'll attach the image so you can see what I mean. But I already have my friends computer sent a static router IP configured on him and on his router port everything worked fine, but the problem is mine, don't let me not the port before my router only if I use the NAT option and entering into the rule of SUA, in which I made with port 3389 , and my default gateway static IP. I also added an exception to my Windows Firewall and also my Norton Internet Security firewall, 2013 including the application, but still somehow, it does not work. On my router, if I try to put the port range: 3389 to 3389. Added the name of Service like RDP, Type of Service: TCP. Also, I made my public computer static IP a little go. A how's my friends computer it works
Thanks I would really appreciate it
I understand that you can not connect to connect to the computer Windows Vista Home premium to Windows 7 computer using remote desktop.
I wish to inform you that you can not use Remote Desktop connection to connect to the remote computer (host) running the following editions of Windows Vista:
· Windows Vista Starter
· Windows Vista Home Basic
· Windows Vista Home Basic N
· Windows Vista Edition Home Premium
You can also view the below article for more information.
Remote Desktop connection: frequently asked questions
Connect to another computer using Remote Desktop connection
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Very simple requirement.
- New EA6500
- (Win7Pro) server on local network
- (Win8Pro) PC on LAN
- You use Remote Desktop connection to connect PC to the server.
The old LinkSys WRT54G worked well.
Also tried searching on the web and speaking to support a few hours... Support made me play with security settings:
- Uncheck Internet filter options
- Add a record on the Port Range Forwarding with Port 3389 to the IP address of the server.
I have spent hours trying to make this work, but no luck.
I finally solved this. Problem was with the firewall on the server that I tried to remote desktop.
- Initially, I disabled the firewall and could then remote desktop to the server.
- Converted and then back on, tweaked (don't know exactly what I did) and it works now with the operation of the firewall.
Thanks for the help.
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