• Print to local network from remote server via RDP

    I am connecting to a Win2003 server machine via RDP. I need to be able to print to my local (networked) printers. I am currently using a NET USE shell hack consisting of multiple printer profiles, some shared, some not etc. It works, but is hardly easy to maintain and is far from elegant. Thank you...

    Mcconnel20 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco VPN Concentrator 3000 Issue

    I am having some problems with the Cisco VPN Concentrator 3000 at my office. Basically, users are able to connect to the VPN using the Cisco VPN client 5.0.01.0600. Once the VPN connection has been established the user will then double-click on RDP to remote into there desktop. This is where the...

    ZiPPygEEk5 pointsBadges:
  • RDP and multiple monitors

    At work I have a tri-monitor desktop - how can I mimic that from home via an RDP connection so that i can see all open panes?

    SpongeRob5 pointsBadges:
  • Active Directory users RDP to domain controllers

    by default can a domain users RDP to a domain controller? I tried putting the account into the remote desktop users group which has the allow logon via terminal services. I also grant it the "allow logon locally" rights. But while I am able to log on to the DC locally with that account, I am not...

    ITKE346,430 pointsBadges:
  • 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 abt any software which will make RDP with MAC from windows machine

    Alkya5 pointsBadges:
  • simply copy 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...

    NewBie8060 pointsBadges:
  • How VNC Disconnect already connected RDP Session

    i want to know that what mechanism vnc adopt to connect to machine where an rdp session is already running i any body can provide a c3 snnipets it will be appreciated Regards Ehtsham

    Ehtsham5 pointsBadges:
  • Remote session issue

    Our company is having an issue with accessing VPS accounts remotely. We are going to have our members log on to their VPS accounts using RDP and we are trying to access the accounts remotely. When we log out of the VPS account, Windows automatically locks out the user. Is there a way we can disable...

    Cadetmeador55 pointsBadges:
  • Local Policy Problems

    I am running a SBS 2003 with 15 client computers. For some months now I have been unable to logon to client workstations through RDP or RWW - whereas I can logon to the Server wit both RDP & RWW. When trying to logon to a client workstation I get the message that "The Local Policy of this system...

    Compucure205 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 7 RDP listener port

    how to change windows 7 rdp listener port

    Kenithg30 pointsBadges:
  • How do you deny a local administrator the capability to RDP?

    We have service ids that are in the local administrators groups on some servers. They should not have the capability to be used to RDP.

    Ab50815 pointsBadges:
  • Enable RDP TO My Home Network

    I think that I'm nearly there. I've bought, base-lined and created a domain on my server. I've purchased a static IP address and have the associated sub-net mask, DNS1, DNS2 etc... I'm really not sure what to do to enable RDP from outside of my home network. I have a reasonably good Linksys router....

    TR20 pointsBadges:
  • SBS 2003 Premium with POP3 connector failing to send email to internal users who are not members of the domain.

    OK, The scenerio is as follows... A small business with 10 computers; Six PCs running XP SP3 and four Macs. The PCs are using Outlook 2003 to retrieve email and the Macs are using whatever built in client comes with them. All of them are connected to a server running SBS 2003 Premium. They have a...

    Raybo5820 pointsBadges:
  • Baseline Windows Server 2003 installation and configuration

    I have just loaded Windows Server 2003 onto my Dell server. It's a pleasure to log onto it after struggling to load a RAID 5 driver for over a week. I haven't installed Active Directory, IIS or the RDP. I don't have any internet connectivity although I've plugged it into my home wireless router....

    TR20 pointsBadges:
  • Closing RDP session

    I'm RDP to my server and run an app that should end when I get out of the application ,but it doesn't end. Any suggestions on how to fix this? the server is 2003

    Mj095 pointsBadges:
  • drives shared on 2 servers via crossover cable on secondary nic’s

    I have 2 servers, Win 2003, connected with a crossover cable to the secondary nic's - I can map to server 1 from server 2, but not server 2 to server 1. Get user restricted error, but can't find what to change, and is the problem on server 2 rights (not allowing maps to server 1), or server 1...

    Caspar5 pointsBadges:
  • terminal services connection disconnet

    Hi, I have terminal server 2003 in my domain iam facing a problem in my server when i make 2 connection Simultaneously one is automatic disconnect after 15 minutes & otherone is connecting can u tell me what is the problem?

    Deepakwindows15 pointsBadges:
  • Remote Desktop with Wide Screens?

    I have been using PCA for years to remotely configure/support my clients One of my clients has several office PC's that he wants to use from home and PCA is just too slow for doing any type of real work. Trying RDP seemed like a possible solution. Note We converted his office last year to 21" wide...

    Bxdobs10 pointsBadges:
  • Remote Desktop Connection

    I have two Windows Server 2003 Standard boxes configured as File and Application servers. One is running SQL Server and is running the original release of Server 2003 and the other is R2 running Blackberry Enterprise Server. They both have "Allow users to connect remotely to this computer" checked,...

    Happy Kabby0 pointsBadges:

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