Terminal Services/Remote Desktop connections

We have problems with our Server Terminal server since last Thursday. It seems that all network clients that are disconnected from the remote desktop applications you after a few hours. Our technology company can't find a solution, except the purchase of new servers.  I think it's ridiculous. So I checked the web and found something on a registry change this: fDenyTSConnections from 1 to 0, which is not the case, given that fdenyTSConnections already has value 0.

What could be the cause of this problem?

After a Reboot of the Force, each customer is immediately connected to the remote office application and everything works fine. I can't find a cause or a solution, just a remedy that is not sustainable.

Any suggestions?
Server = Windows server 2008 R2 standard



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