• Sending CTRL+ALT+DELETE to a remote machine in Windows 8

    I'm currently using Windows 8 and I need to send a CTRL+ALT+DELETE to a remote machine through my remote desktop. However, it's being caught by Windows 8. It's going to a Windows XP machine. What should I do here?

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  • Remote desktop services are busy

    Hi all, when users are trying to launch the application they are getting an error screen: Remote desktop services are busy Can anyone give permanent solution?

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  • Add domain admins to remote desktop user group

    How to add domain admins to remote desktop user group using command line?

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  • How do I set up remote desktop with Windows 8.1 pro?

    I have already enabled remote desktop connections on both computers. I have created a new customer service on my router to port forward port 3389 for RDP use on my machine with the static IP address it has. Also I have created a dynamic IP address for my public ip address because I'm trying to...

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  • Using remote desktop to connect to our internal Terminal Server and use our internal Web App & DB.

    We are using a web application that was created by one of our SW engineers. There is a lot of IIS config and additional programs needed to run this app from localhost on each machine. I decided to configure our Terminal Server to be able to run this App so I could have people log on to that instead...

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  • Remote desktop connection

    Can't connect. Set up many times before but not this time Done the usual on win 7 pro machine (no domain) Static IP in host  (no network conflicts) Port forward TCP/UDP port 3389 to static IP Enabled remote desktop in system properties Allowed access to 3 uses (with password set up) Tried to...

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  • Regarding Nagios report generation

    I have been using Nagios, I took over it from a team member who installed it, so in order to take it further, I want to try and send mails to the respective email ids whenever the service or host goes down. Where can I start from?

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  • Remote Process Submission

    Hello all, I'm an old AS/400 hack whose just been launched into the MS world and need a helping hint. I am running a large network of 2003 servers for a retail app and need to run a specific process on all several times a day. Currently I use remote desktop to click and run this by hand, with...

    ScratchyCrasher5 pointsBadges:
  • How to run Remote Desktop access in Windows XP SP3

    I'm updating Windows XP SP3 from sp2. All my applications are working fine but remote desktop access is not working and pre-release version is expire error shown on screen.

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  • How do I connect to Remote Desktop from Windows XP through WAN?

    How do I connect to Remote Desktop from Windows XP through WAN. (My Terminal server is behind NAT.) Note: When I attempt to connect to the server the system returns the following message: "Unable to connect server, server may be busy".

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  • After Disconnectiong From RDC Screen On Work PC Off

    My work PC is running Windows XP Professional Version 2002 Service Pack 2 and Remote Desktop Connection Shell Version 6 (Build Number 6000), Control Version 6.0.6000. My home PC is running Vista Home Premium and Remote Desktop Connection Shell Version 6.0.60001, Control Version 6.0.6001. I can...

    Jlandis605 pointsBadges:
  • What can I use to replace Session Shadowing in Server 2012?

    Is there something I can use to replace Session Shadowing, which was removed from Server 2012 Remote Desktop Session hosts? I tried to solve this by enabling remote assistance for all Remote Desktop Session Hosts via Group Policy. At first it seemed to work, but the "expert" could not support mouse...

    ITKE371,585 pointsBadges:
  • Managing data backup for remote desktops

    The remote desktops are having a mix of Windows based operating system along with Internet connection. They are not part of domain / workgroup. They have non-standard folders to be backed up. Need to have a disk-to-usb-cloud backup wherein Monday to Friday are retained for a week, Saturday backup...

    jd007n5 pointsBadges:
  • How to turn off Remote Desktop in Terminal Sessions?

    I'd like to enable an "inactivity timeout" on a program running via Remote Desktop in terminal sessions. My clients don’t turn off their Remote Desktop sessions when they are done with them. I need a program that finds terminals that have been inactive after a selected time frame and closes them....

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  • Can I enable pinging on Windows Server firewall?

    I've recently installed Windows Server 2008 on one of my servers as I'm able to to connect through Remote Desktop but I'm having trouble pinging. Would I have to open a special port on my firewall to be able to ping my server?

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  • Setting up multiple users in Remote Desktop Windows Server 2008

    I currently have a situation that I need to allow multiple users (on different PCs) to log into one Windows Server 2008 machine as an administrator simultaneously over a remote desktop. I already have the CALs for it, it's just not set up correctly. As you probably know, it boots out one user when...

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  • How to send messages between users in Windows Server 2012 Remote Desktop

    Would anybody know of the policy or the registry change for allowing messages between users on Windows Server 2012 Remote Desktop. I know an elevated CMD prompt or task manager but I need it to work on standard accounts. Here's what I have: H:\>msg scott hi Error sending message to session...

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  • Best tools to remotely access Windows Server 2008

    Are there different tools that I can use to remotely access and maintain a Windows Server 2008? Currently on Linux, I use SSH which works fine. Would the Remote Desktop be the right choice here? Appreciate any help.

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  • NIC Card issue

    site 1 and site 2 are members of stt.com. servers in site 1 have normal connections, share access to a data server is available to site 2, remote desktop is functional to data server, upgrading of antivirus fine. Sometime later in the day, connection to shared access is lost from site 2( not...

    Bfsteel45 pointsBadges:
  • Remote desktop connections

    Servers have Remote Desktop connection enabled. They work for a while. Then some servers will not let you remote into them until you reboot the servers. Then they work fine. Any suggestions as to what to look for. Thanks

    Bfsteel45 pointsBadges:

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