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RDP Session Freezes randomly

Hi,

We have about 70 S10 clients in our network and have 2 Terminal Servers in place. For about 2-3 months users suffer from frozen rdp sessions. The machine freezes I am just able to move the mouse pointer but not able to give commands by clicking. When I check the user's session from Terminal Server I find out that the session is disappeared. The only way to recover from this problem is to hold down the power button until it restarts. This is very annoying cuz in the end user may loose unsaved data/files etc. Do any of you have the same problem? Any solution? Thanks in advance.

REgards.

Sedat

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  • Anonymous Jun 10, 2008

    I have 3 that do exactly the same thing and it is very annoying. I so far have not been able to find any reasonable cause or solution to this.

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2009

    Yes semms to happen same time of day for a period i am looking at some sort of net work protocl DHCP etc. It is like the box locks its vidio buffer.

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Probably a virius

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