• RDP with MAC from Windows machine

    Hi, I have seen many sites but most of them are showing how to connect Windows from MAC machine via RDP. But I want to know about any software which will make RDP with MAC from Windows machine.

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  • Simply copy files from one PC to another

    Hello, I was ashamed to ask the question to my colleagues though I am an absolute newbie. When I finally got the courage to do ask, I found out to my surprise that they did not know better than me. Here is the question: I access the AD of my customer by logging to a Windows Server 2003, call it N,...

    NewBie8060 pointsBadges:
  • Blocking RDP connections to Windows server 2003

    Can I block RDP connections to Windows Server 2003 depending on IP address?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Remote working with high latency & low bandwidth

    I own an Internet domain. We complete Property Management tasks for individual Australian Real Estate Agents at our Offshore Office in India. Indian staff remote into the desktop or local server based Property Management Software of the Australian Real Estate Agent clients & complete the tasks...

    Integra110 pointsBadges:
  • Prevent users from logging into the console on Windows Server 2008

    Can we prevent users from logging into the console on the Windows server 2008 and limit them to a RDP connection?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 RDP Server DISABLE Folder Redirection

    I need to disable Folder Redirection for any user that connects to my RDP Server. I have two separate subnets sharing the same Domain via VPN. So one set of users keeps there folders redirected in their subnet and the second keeps theirs local in their own subnet.  When they connect via RDP from...

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  • Num Lock sets after RDP Connection

    When connecting to an ASUS S46C (Computer 1) laptop from an HP Probook 4530s (Computer 2) via Microsoft's Remote Desktop Application, I noticed that Computer 1 has Num Lock enabled.  When the user starts typing on Computer 1, the text is all messed up because somehow the number function has been...

    jacklyng1210 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 RDP Issue

    I am unable to RDP to one of my 2008 R2 servers. Firewall is off, port 3389 is listening, no AV is installed, RDP enabled allowing all computers to connect normally without SL level authentication etc...I have one in a VM and another standalone with the same behavior. No suggested resolution found...

    Cisconovicenlv30 pointsBadges:
  • Login problem Windows Server 2003 enterprise edition

    I using server 2003 enterprise edition. I have 30 to 50 when user login into server with the help of remote desktop connection (RDP). Sometimes, there's a user login problem when user logins into server, only a blank screen appears with no icons. No task bar appears either. After rebooting, same...

    Narsing15 pointsBadges:
  • Remote desktop protocol

    How to RDP with same network or another network? i want to rdp my daughter pc. So , how can? is it possible? Thanks

    freelanceIT55 pointsBadges:
  • thinClient RDP Password Problem

    Running WinCE V 6.0 Build 665, 666, 669, Remote users are unable to change password for server access through RDP session on WYSE ThinClients running WindowsCE V6.0 builds 665, 666 and 669. Anyone seen this issue with RDP sessions through Windows CE or WYSE thinclients please throw me some...

    CRagsdale32755 pointsBadges:
  • Deleted files reappear after logging on Windows Server 2008

    Running a server with server 2008 R2 with users logging on using Netvoyager thin clients via RDP with roaming profiles. When a user deletes a file it appears as though it was deleted but returns after relogging on. This only happens to normal user accounts but deletes permanately under the...

    Alarik5 pointsBadges:
  • RDP & User ID

    Hello all - having issues with a particular user. We have been running RDP on a Windows 2008 R2 server to publish a Remote Application. All the users accessing things work fine except for one. They are all acceing via Cisco Site to Site VPN. And all users seem to operate with acceptable RDP...

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  • RDP Printer woes W7 to XP Pro

    W7 Remote with EPSON MultiFunc Printer ... RDP HOST XP Pro machine will not link Printer ... Event Viewer has an issue with drivers ... Epson Drivers won't install on XP machine without a physical Printer ... Epson doesn't appear to want to deal with this ... Anyone have a solution

    Bxdobs10 pointsBadges:
  • remote desktop and iMac

    how do I set up RDP on my iMac at home to the server at work?

    Brenger170 pointsBadges:
  • Changing RealVNC 4.5 username alert

    Our company use server 2003. Our members are logging onto a VPS using RDP. We are logging on with RealVNC 4.5. Whenever we logon to the VPS with VNC, and a member is in RDP, an alert comes up that says "(anonymous) has logged in." We don't want to be seen as anonymous since we are only providing...

    Cadetmeador55 pointsBadges:
  • RDP into multiple servers with only one NIC

    If we have a VMware server hosting several Window servers 2008 can we RDP into each server at the same time even though the server only has one NIC?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • RDP suddenly stopped working on one server

    Hi all :) I have a weird problem where all of a sudden RDP on one of our 5 server 2003 servers stopped working. The erro it comes up with is that it cannot connect. I tried RDPing to the server from itself and nothing. Using the IP address doesn't work either. ANy suggestions?? Thanks Tracy

    TracyGS70 pointsBadges:
  • Remote Desktop – works from one XP machine but not the other

    Computer 1 is XP desktop and can connect to RDP on several external servers.   Computer 2 is XP laptop but cannot connect to any external servers.   Both computers are on the same network.   When laptop became available my desktop was replaced.   Since then I cannot connect via RDP to...

    Jeffj6015 pointsBadges:
  • Allow Remote User to RDP to a specific workstation

    How do we allow Remote access to a specific user WITHOUT having to add a that user to the Remote Desktop Users group. I do not want to give this user RDP access to every PC on our network.  We accomplished this by creating a Local user account, then adding that local user account to the Remote...

    Unclpaul5 pointsBadges:

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