• Automating a Remote desktop connection

    I have written a batch file that part of its function is to initiate a remote desktop connection with another computer on the network. When the batch file gets to the remote connection command, the remote connect window appears and I have to press the "connect" button for the process to continue....

    Flame14,925 pointsBadges:
  • How to remote desktop to Win XP from Win 2000?

    How can I remote desktop (MSTSC) from Windows 2000 to a Windows XP computer? Since Windows 2000 does not have the MSTMC.EXE tool.

    Anmol5 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 Services – How does it benefit the end user.

    I have some customers using Terminal Services (Win 2003 R2)Their IT provider wants to upgrade them to Remote Desktop Services (Win 2008).Whilst there are good prudent technical reasons for doing this, what will the end user experience?For example, will it be faster? Will the user see any tangible...

    paulkelly15 pointsBadges:
  • Remote desktop content

    I have just a question about if it's possible to read content of remote desktop operation? i mean if you connected remotely to a host and you are doing some activity in that host is it possible to view for internet providers or firewalls to see that what are you doing within this remote desktop...

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  • Remote Desktop Gateway Virtual Desktop vs Terminal Services

    http://searchvirtualdesktop.techtarget.com/tip/0,289483,sid194_gci1370035,00.html?ShortReg=1&mboxConv=searchVirtualDesktop_RegActivate_Submit& In reference to the above article I would like some clarification 1) Remote Desktop Gateway - I am assuming this is not an essential requirement for...

    Arlesterc35 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up a modem for remote access

    We want to setup a modem connection into one of our member servers so that we can still connect in the case of failure of our primary and secondary Internet lines. How can we set this up so we can dial in and access remote desktop?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • Diasble remote desktop from Windows Server 2003

    Can I disable remote desktop from my Windows server 2003 even for administrators?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Connecting to client sites without remote desktop or LogMeIn

    We need to connect to clients sites securely. They will not let us use remote desktop or log me in. Can we deploy a VPN hardware device on site over the Internet to secure our connection?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • Turning on remote desktop via group policy remotely

    Can you turn on remote desktop via group policy or any other method remotely on Windows 7?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • VPN hardware to connect to client sites

    We need to connect to clients sites securely. They will not let us use remote desktop or log me in. Can we deploy a VPN hardware device on site over the Internet to secure our connection?

    ITKE357,245 pointsBadges:
  • Which is more secure: network or internet or remote desktop

    which is most secure and best to access and reliable, networking computers, internet or using remote desktop?

    Tigerpoody5 pointsBadges:
  • What types of licenses will I need for 50 users to connect to a Citrix server?

    What types of licenses will I need for 50 users to connect to a citrix server? Do I also need terminal server licenses?

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • Can I create a remote desktop gateway without having bought a Windows server 2008?

    Can I create a remote desktop gateway without having bought a Windows server 2008? Can I enable this with a 2003 server or even a XP or 7 workstation? How does it work and how many 1 to 1 nats (public ips) do I really need? We have two currently one for the firewall and one for our exchange server.

    ITKE357,245 pointsBadges:
  • Is it possible to communicate between IP of private and public network via remote desktop?

    is it possible to communicate between a IP of private and public network via remote desktop.if yes how and if no what is possible solution for that.

    Sonuamit10 pointsBadges:
  • Run out of addresses on SonicWall pro 3060

    We are using One to One nats on a sonicwall pro 3060. We have run out of addresses.We use them for remote desktop. There has to be a better solution. Has anyone found one yet? We have server 2003, 2008 and XP, 2000 and 7 clients.

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Remote Desktop v. 7 XP SP3 Client Log out Problem

    We have a new XP SP3 PC running RD v. 7 attached to our network in the last week. All of our other systems are using Remote Desktop V. 6.0. We are connecting to a Server 2003 system. The new system connects fine but comes up with a screensaver after 10 to 15 minutes of inactivity forcing the user...

    Symgeek5 pointsBadges:
  • Force Remote Desktop logoff after specified time

    I have set the parameters through both gpedit.msc for Computer as well as User and have even tried to do this through regedit, but they are being ignored. I've set time limit of 1 minute to disconnect a terminal services connection for a) disconnected session, b) idle session, c) session time...

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  • 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:
  • Does Visual Studio conflict with RDP?

    I'm supporting a user who's had an ongoing problem using RDP. He uses a laptop at times to connect via RDP to his work desktop (after VPN'ing into the corp network). Every once and awhile, he'll have a problem connecting to his desktop via RDP. Basically, once he gets on the network, he can open an...

    Lordhowe175 pointsBadges:

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