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Connection Problems It worked fine before then one day it started doing this. When trying to connect to a terminal server I get this error Terminal services client disconnected The terminal server ended the connection or a network error occurred. Please try to reconnect.

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  • theups Jan 08, 2008

    The accounts are fine. I have not had a chance to review the logs. I'll try an do that some time today.

    They don't even connect to the TS. When you frist power on the thinclient and hit connect is when I'm getting this error.

    I was thinking maybe conection issue but I am able to ping the clients.



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W2000 Terminal Server used to corrupt the accounts of RDP users every now & again. Wouldn't surprise me if W2003 did the same thing :{ I used to create a copy of the user's account on the server (with an incrementing number on the end of the account name) & change the default account in TS management to that new one when this sort of problem occurred. I then made a copy of the new account & deleted the corrupt one.

Of course there are all sorts of other reasons this may happen but that may take a fair bit of hands-on investigation to sort.

For info on what's actually happening: Have you looked in the TS logs? Or the System and Application logs? Have you looked ta the logs in the client? Can you connect to the same TS server & account using a PC & the MS RDP client? If not, try the solution above :)

Posted on Jan 06, 2008

  • Dave Harris
    Dave Harris Jan 08, 2008

    OK - let me know how you get on - I'm intrigued now :)

    One thing that might help (& in any case removes it from the list of possible causes) is to do a netsh TCP/IP reset (if you haven't done this before: you'll have to re-input the IP addy etc for the NIC afterwards).



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