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Terminal server not responding

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  I have a windows 2003 server (Domain controller) installed  in company.

The terminal server clent software is installed in my system. But whenever I am trying to connect the terminal server . Its not responding giving an error messae: " the connection is ended by the terminal server" Kindly suggest me the solution. In fact I have tried to reinstall terminal server from the server as well as restarted the  terminal services.




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Re: Terminal server not responding

Are you receiving errors in the "event viewer"? And if you are what are they?

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D link adapter losing signal

Wireless Zero Configuration is a Windows service on Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 that is used to configure and manage wireless network connections on a wireless adapter. The service name for Wireless Zero Configuration is WZCSVC. On Windows XP, the display name for the WZCSVC service is Wireless Zero Configuration. On Windows Server 2003, the display name for the WZCSVC service is Wireless Configuration.
The Wireless Zero Configuration service is normally started at boot time. The programming interface for the Wireless Zero Configuration service can be used only if the Wireless Zero Configuration service has been started. If the Wireless Zero Configuration service is not started, then the Wireless Zero Configuration functions will return an error.
To enable the Wireless Zero Configuration service so it starts up automatically, go to the Start button. Select the Settings option and then select Control Panel. If you are using the Windows XP view, select the Performance and Maintenance category and then select Administrative Tools. If you are using the Classic View, then select Administrative Tools. Click the Services icon in the left pane. Click the Wireless Zero Configuration icon in the right pane and change the Startup Type dropbox to Automatic. This setting will set the service to start automatically at boot time. Then click the Start button to start the Wireless Zero Wireless Zero Configuration service and click the OK button.
The Wireless Zero Configuration can also be started and stopped from a command prompt. To start the Wireless Zero Configuration, run the following command:
net start wzcsvc
To stop the Wireless Zero Configuration, run the following command:
net stop wzcsvc

Apr 10, 2013 | D-Link Network & Wireless Adapters

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Network woes with MA101

What is a "code 2" error

What is a "code 2"

This error occurs when the BIOS did not assign an IRQ to the device. This is most likely to happen on a system that is not PCI compliantand/or is not capable of Bus Mastering. In such a situation a suggested ISA Ethernet Card would be the best sol

Error message "No domain server is available to authenticate user password"

There are any number of reasons this can happen. Please check for the following:
Verify ALL connections to the network are valid (cables, connectors, ports, etc.)
If there is no NT Domain server on the network:
1. Right-click Network Neighborhood, then select Properties from the list.
2. Double click Client for Microsoft Networks.
3. In the new window that appears, uncheck Logon to NT Domain. Click OK on all open windows, and restart the computer when prompted.
If there is an NT Domain server on the network check to make sure that:
1. An IP address has been specified.
2. The computer has been configured for DHCP.
If DHCP is configured and the error message continues to come up, ensure that the DHCP service is running correctly. Contact Microsoft, or your network administrator for assistance with this.

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Dec 09, 2007 | NetGear MA101 802.11b Wireless Adapter

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Wg311 driver ubuntu

Click on "More Apps" and select "Accessories." Click on the "Terminal" link to open the Terminal console.

Navigate to "System" and select "Administration."

Select the "Synaptic Package Manager" and enter "ndiswrapper" as a search term.

Select the files "ndisgtk," "ndiswrapper-utils-1.9" and "ndiswrapper-common" at the results page. Click "Apply" to install "ndiswrapper."

Enter "ndiswrapper --h" into the console to verify that the software is installed. If the installation is successful, you should see a list of command-line options in the console.

Use the "cd" command to navigate to the location of the WG311's drivers (i.e., "cd "WG311v3 V1.0/Driver/[current Windows version]").

Enter "sudo ndiswrapper --i WG311v3.INF" to install the drivers onto Ubuntu.

Verify that the driver was installed by entering "ndiswrapper --l" into the console.

Enter "sudo modprobe ndiswrapper" into the console to install the kernel module.

If the console does not respond to the command, restart the system and enter it again.

Enter "iwconfig" to verify the command's execution.

The command should produce a "wlan0" network interface with a number of details listed. Enter "sudo ndiswrapper --m" to ensure that "ndiswrapper" loads upon startup

hope this helps

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I just bought a Belkin - Basic N150 Wireless USB Adapter from Best Buy. When I went to locate a network, I found mine and tryed to connect with it. My internet connection is Linksys. I was asked for three...

It sounds like the security settings on your router are not configured correctly. Connect to the router with a cable and make sure you are NOT using WPA-Enterprise.

WPA-Enterprise means that not the router itself, but a (Domain) server running somewhere on your network (like in a company) is authenticating you.

In a nutshell:
A Domain is something like "". This company has more than 10,000 employees. Now imagine the little router would have to authenticate all those user information. It can't, so it hands this process on to a server, that does that job for him.

I would disable all wireless security and see if you can connect then (unplug the cable). If that works, the ideal security for you would be WPA2-AES (with a pre-shared key.) It depends on your Operating System if this setting is supported. WinXP Service Pack 2, most Linux versions and Apple do that.

If you have any questions or something is not clear to you, just come back here and leave a comment - I'm happy to help with any step.

Sep 17, 2010 | Belkin Basic Wireless N150 USB Adapter

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Hi i keep getting a intel 802.1 server problem pop up?can u help

hi Sir, My name is S.Yousuf Basha Working in MEPMA Project

Simply i want know how much net that means ( KB / GB) were used by me. is there any software for that to calculate those KB/ GB

So, Plse respond me as early as possible. i am waiting for ur reply.

Thanking You, Sir,

Yours faithfully,

(S.Yousuf Basha)

Aug 17, 2009 | Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG 802.11g/b

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Windows cannot locate the server copy of your roaming profile and is attempting to log you on with your local profile. Changes to the profile will not be copied to the server when you logoff. Possible...

When you "logon" to your local network, your computer is configured to fetch your "desktop" (My Documents and wallpaper and everything else) from a "server" computer on your network.

Was your "logon" to the local "domain-server" a successful login?
Does your local Network Administrator indicate that the "domain-server" is functioning properly?
Does that server's log-file show any error-messages, such as "not allowed to login between 10 PM and 6 AM" (a "security" setting on the server).

Since your "desktop" could not be loaded from the domain-server,
your computer has used a "local" copy of your "desktop",
and it is warning you that any changes will *NOT* be "merged" back to your "network" profile.

Have you contacted you local Network Administrator? What did she say?

May 25, 2009 | D-Link Network & Wireless Adapters

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Driver Problem


Jan 21, 2009 | NetGear WG311T 802.11g/b (wg311tge)...

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Remote desktop

Here is a short list of applications that can be used.
1) VNC (Virtual Network Computing) is a remote display system which allows the user to view the desktop of a remote machine anywhere on the internet. It can also be directed through SSH for security.
Basically you install VNC server on the server and install client on your local PC. Setup is extremely easy and server is very stable. On client side, you can set the resolution and connect to IP of VNC server. It can be a bit slow compared to Windows remote desktop and also has the tendency to take more time refreshing over low-bandwidth links. All in all VNC is an amazing piece of free software that gets the job done.
There is RealVNC , TightVNC and UltraVNC. Each has it’s advantages and disadvantages. Most popular one is RealVNC but if you’re upto it, experiment with all three and choose the one that works for you best. By default, communication between client and server is in clear text on port 5900. However, you can easily route all traffic via SSH tunnel. Here is a quick way of setting it up if you have access to command line shell:
ssh -ND 5900 <user>
When you get prompted, enter your password. Pop open VNC client and connect to ‘localhost’. This’ll route your connection to VNC server on remote machine.
You can download VNC from:
2) Then there is FreeNX. FreeNX is a system that allows you to access your desktop from another machine over the internet. You can use this to login graphically to your desktop from a remote location. One example of its use would be to have a FreeNX server set up on your home computer, and graphically logging in to the home computer from your work computer, using a FreeNX client. It provides near local speed application responsiveness over high latency, low bandwidth links.
FreeNX can be configured to run via SSH without any tunneling. It binds to your existing SSH install. Instead of guiding you through the installation of FreeNX in this article, you can visit the following URLs that’ll guide you through the installation on Ubuntu:
  3. (FreeNX homepage)
3) The third free application is 2X Terminal Server for Linux. 2X TerminalServer for Linux is an Open Source project, licensed under the GPL and is free of charge. As far as performance goes, NoMachine’s technology is on par with Windows’ own Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) suite, better than VNC. Both X2 and FreeNX is based on NoMachine technology.
Here are some quick links if you’re interested in using this software:
  1. Download at
  2. Forum is at
4) The last but not least at all is XDMCP. The X Display Manager Control Protocol uses UDP port 177. Compared to the list above, it’s not as easy to setup for remote desktop but it’s the original way of doing this on Linux. You can get setup instructions and other tips in the following URL:
In conclusion, there are many commercial products that are available as well. But this article is only based on open source products that can be freely used with no strings attached.

Jun 05, 2008 | Socket Communications Network & Wireless...

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How to set up a security setting on my WBR-1310 D-Link router

Dear Sir/Madam

My compu name = manta
Installed windows server 2003
This administrator is the user name
Password = manta@123

In this manta system I created one limited user
User name = server
Password = server@123

In manta server in administrator user, I installed one software in D:\ shree this is shared folder
Means that path is \\ manta\d$\shree\setup.exe

I want access which I given in the path in client system.
But when user runs this software its asking server user name & password
I can’t type or give server user name & password again and again to client .
My mail id is plz send the answer. Thanking u

Jan 21, 2008 | Broadcom BCM5705 Network Adapter

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D-Link cant send email on outlook

You need to check your mail account settings and make sure the SMTP server is set to the fully qualified domain name of your ISP's SMTP server. Your ISP should be able to tell you what this is. You may be able to figure it out by looking at which server is set in the POP3 settings. It will likely be similar if not the same.

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