remote desktop issue

Discussion in 'MCSA' started by Seth Brammer, Apr 28, 2004.

  1. Seth Brammer

    Seth Brammer Guest

    I've been playing with the eval version of win2k3 for the last few
    weeks on my home network, and things have been going good. However, within
    the last week, I have not been able to use remote desktop to access my
    server. When I use it, I can log in, and it says loading settings, applying
    settings, saving settings, and then closes the connection. Another scenario
    is that I can log in and it just gives a blank screen. I haven't figure out
    what is going on here and need to see if anyone has run into this problem
    before, or how to solve this.

    Also, TS is not enabled, and the "allow users..." is checked. I also tried
    unchecking it, rebooting, checking it, reboot, and still I receive the same
    response. Since I am part of the admin group, I already have access. I also
    tried to login using the administrator login, and another test acct that I
    created that has admin rights and they as well receive the same messages. I
    don't have any updates installed.

    Thanks!
     
    Seth Brammer, Apr 28, 2004
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  2. Seth Brammer

    Mark Scott Guest

    Try disabling Remote Desktop, rebooting then re-enabling it.

    "Seth Brammer" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > I've been playing with the eval version of win2k3 for the last few
    > weeks on my home network, and things have been going good. However, within
    > the last week, I have not been able to use remote desktop to access my
    > server. When I use it, I can log in, and it says loading settings,

    applying
    > settings, saving settings, and then closes the connection. Another

    scenario
    > is that I can log in and it just gives a blank screen. I haven't figure

    out
    > what is going on here and need to see if anyone has run into this problem
    > before, or how to solve this.
    >
    > Also, TS is not enabled, and the "allow users..." is checked. I also tried
    > unchecking it, rebooting, checking it, reboot, and still I receive the

    same
    > response. Since I am part of the admin group, I already have access. I

    also
    > tried to login using the administrator login, and another test acct that I
    > created that has admin rights and they as well receive the same messages.

    I
    > don't have any updates installed.
    >
    > Thanks!
    >
    >
     
    Mark Scott, Apr 28, 2004
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    "Mark Scott" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Try disabling Remote Desktop, rebooting then re-enabling it.
    >
    > "Seth Brammer" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    > > I've been playing with the eval version of win2k3 for the last few
    > > weeks on my home network, and things have been going good. However,

    within
    > > the last week, I have not been able to use remote desktop to access my
    > > server. When I use it, I can log in, and it says loading settings,

    > applying
    > > settings, saving settings, and then closes the connection. Another

    > scenario
    > > is that I can log in and it just gives a blank screen. I haven't figure

    > out
    > > what is going on here and need to see if anyone has run into this

    problem
    > > before, or how to solve this.
    > >
    > > Also, TS is not enabled, and the "allow users..." is checked. I also

    tried
    > > unchecking it, rebooting, checking it, reboot, and still I receive the

    > same
    > > response. Since I am part of the admin group, I already have access. I

    > also
    > > tried to login using the administrator login, and another test acct that

    I
    > > created that has admin rights and they as well receive the same

    messages.
    > I
    > > don't have any updates installed.
    > >
    > > Thanks!
    > >
    > >

    >
    >
     
    Rob Elder MVP-Networking, Apr 29, 2004
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  4. Seth Brammer

    Guest

    I had a problem like this in ts

    You can use either Terminal Services Manager or the reset session
    command to reset a Terminal Services session. If you reset a user's
    session, all of the programs that are currently running are closed and
    the session is immediately deleted from the server that is running
    Terminal Services. You may want to reset a session in situations in
    which the session is not functioning correctly or if the session has
    stopped responding.

    1. To reset the session of user1 by using the session name, type
    the following line at the command prompt, and then press ENTER:

    reset session rdp-tcp#1

    User1 receives the following message:

    The Terminal server has ended the connection.


    Hope this helps



    On Wed, 28 Apr 2004 10:46:31 -0500, "Seth Brammer"
    <> wrote:

    > I've been playing with the eval version of win2k3 for the last few
    >weeks on my home network, and things have been going good. However, within
    >the last week, I have not been able to use remote desktop to access my
    >server. When I use it, I can log in, and it says loading settings, applying
    >settings, saving settings, and then closes the connection. Another scenario
    >is that I can log in and it just gives a blank screen. I haven't figure out
    >what is going on here and need to see if anyone has run into this problem
    >before, or how to solve this.
    >
    >Also, TS is not enabled, and the "allow users..." is checked. I also tried
    >unchecking it, rebooting, checking it, reboot, and still I receive the same
    >response. Since I am part of the admin group, I already have access. I also
    >tried to login using the administrator login, and another test acct that I
    >created that has admin rights and they as well receive the same messages. I
    >don't have any updates installed.
    >
    >Thanks!
    >
     
    , Jun 28, 2004
    #4
  5. Seth Brammer

    MCSA NooB Guest

    I also had a very similar problem to this. I had everything setup
    properly but when I tried to connect remotely, it would
    seem to log on properly and just disconnect me and close the connection.
    It was very frustrating.

    I found though that it was the NVIDIA drivers I was running. To allow
    the remote desktop connection to work I had to disable the NVIDIA driver
    service, at which point I rebooted and hey presto, I was able to log on
    remotely.

    May I also mention that the same drivers caused me problems on the
    clients as well. Everytime I would log off the roaming profile would
    not be updated. This too was due to the NVIDIA service.

    Of course this is all academic if you don't use NVIDIA drivers, but
    someone may find it useful...


    PS. if you still want the NVIDIA Service, you can create a GPO that
    launches the service when the user logs on and off which stops the
    roaming profile problem...

    wrote:

    > I had a problem like this in ts
    >
    > You can use either Terminal Services Manager or the reset session
    > command to reset a Terminal Services session. If you reset a user's
    > session, all of the programs that are currently running are closed and
    > the session is immediately deleted from the server that is running
    > Terminal Services. You may want to reset a session in situations in
    > which the session is not functioning correctly or if the session has
    > stopped responding.
    >
    > 1. To reset the session of user1 by using the session name, type
    > the following line at the command prompt, and then press ENTER:
    >
    > reset session rdp-tcp#1
    >
    > User1 receives the following message:
    >
    > The Terminal server has ended the connection.
    >
    >
    > Hope this helps
    >
    >
    >
    > On Wed, 28 Apr 2004 10:46:31 -0500, "Seth Brammer"
    > <> wrote:
    >
    >
    >> I've been playing with the eval version of win2k3 for the last few
    >>weeks on my home network, and things have been going good. However, within
    >>the last week, I have not been able to use remote desktop to access my
    >>server. When I use it, I can log in, and it says loading settings, applying
    >>settings, saving settings, and then closes the connection. Another scenario
    >>is that I can log in and it just gives a blank screen. I haven't figure out
    >>what is going on here and need to see if anyone has run into this problem
    >>before, or how to solve this.
    >>
    >>Also, TS is not enabled, and the "allow users..." is checked. I also tried
    >>unchecking it, rebooting, checking it, reboot, and still I receive the same
    >>response. Since I am part of the admin group, I already have access. I also
    >>tried to login using the administrator login, and another test acct that I
    >>created that has admin rights and they as well receive the same messages. I
    >>don't have any updates installed.
    >>
    >>Thanks!
    >>

    >
    >
    >
     
    MCSA NooB, Jul 5, 2004
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