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Old 05-07-2010, 04:47 PM
Default RDP terminal server client issues

I have a 9.10 instance that I use for a primary workstation atwork. It
works greate, but now I have developed an issue. I use the "terminal server
clinet" application from the pulldown menus to access a number of M$
machines on a very regular bassis. One of these is a server 2008 instance
that I installed about 2 months agao, and I have been able to connect to it
with no problems till yesterday. Now I get what appears to be a
conncection, but am imedialty thrown off. I can use the Windows RDP client
from a Windows machinew and get connected with no issues.

How can I troubleshoot this?

The only thing that might have chnaged is that I had someone from the
Windows side help me set up the server 2008 machine to use one of the
corporate m$ licnese servers to provide CAL's yesterday. He siad something
about needing "terminal server CALS", instead of the CAL's that I had
bought. I asked him to roll back his chnages today, and he claims he did,
but I still cannot get conected to the machine.

Iam the one admin'ong the applications on this machine, so being able to
reliably connect to it is very important to me. How can I get this
application to log what error is happeneing? Or whatever else might make it
possible to troubleshoot this problem.

I can still sue the Ubuntu terminal server client to connect to other
M$machinesm BTW.

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