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Terminal Services Login Credentials

Q: Terminal Services Login Credentials

Is it possible to pass login credentials to a terminal server via the remote desktop shortcut so that there's no need to login in every time you connect?

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A: Terminal Services Login Credentials

Yep, when you open the rdp link, there should be an options button, click on it. Change whatever you need to change, including the username/pass/domain etc. Go back to the general tab and click on "save as", give it a name and save it to desktop.

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We have a number of users where, when they change their network password, their Outlook will start prompting for the username and password.  This will happen every day until credential manager is cleared out. Then things go back to normal, until the
user has to change their password again.  It seems that once this problem happens this user will always have this problem.  The users are frustrated and is very vocal about how IT can't seem to fix the problem.  Any idea how to fix this permanently? 
Articles I have read say this is a known issue and there isn't a fix.  Office 2013 is the version.

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Is it possible to install terminal services on an NT4 standard build server, or would i have to rebuild the server as NT4 terminal server edition or Windows 2000? Is there a preferred option in order to achieve this?
 

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I believe that you have to install either NT 4.0 Terminal Services Edition or Win2k server. some hackers may know of a way to trick the registry in NT 4.0 Server to become a Teminal server, but I don't think that is a good idea.
 

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I am not sure I'm putting htis in the correct place, but hopefully.

I had terminal services working on my win2k pro computer. I was able to login to the win2k server. I just unistalled it on my win2k pro computer accidently.

It is still running on the server, but I can't remember how to install it back on my win2k pro computer. Anyone know how to do this?
 

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Hello Network Experts:

I need some tips about setting up MS Terminal Services from home accessing an office server running MS SBS2003. I have got a static IP from my ISP, and acquired Terminal Server Client ACcess Licences.

Ques: 1. Do I need a 2nd NIC card at my server to implement this function?

2. is there any good tips and directions to help me set this up to work?

Thank you all in advance.

Thanks

Andy
 

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What you want to do is put in a vpn capable router at work. Load the vpn client software on your home pc. This gets you secure access to work.

Then you start your teminal session on your home pc and connnect to your TS server at work.

You do not need a second card in the server unless you decide to try and setup a vpn server using the server. A router is a better solution imho
 

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Kinda odd question but maybe someone has some insight.

I have a PC and want to connect to another PC using the same keyboard, monitor and mouse. My desk space is limited (ie, no room for another monitor and keyboard).

My keyboard is PS/2
My mouse is USB
My monitor is a Dell 19" widescreen with a vga and DVI port connected to the DVI of my nvidia 7950GT

The other PC I need to connect to has PS/2 ports, USB, and VGA/DVI for monitor. It is running Win2003 server.

I *don't* want to spend $100+ for a USB kvm switch. And I don't even know how reliable those devices are. I can attach a vga to the monitor and toggle it between analog and digital (vga and dvi).

Should I get a basic kvm just for the keyboard and add another mouse (which is doable), or just use a terminal services app to connect remotely?
 

A:kvm vs. terminal services

I would use terminal services to remote into the server. If there is a time when you need to see the server POST or the OS is not coming up then you could just switch your cables from the desktop to the server. If your monitor allows you to switch between VGA and DVI then you could have the server hooked up to the monitor too.
 

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When using Terminal services if you have 2K machines you need no additional license to connect to the server, is the same true for XP Pro? or do I need to have all machines use 2K?
 

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Will any of this help ?
The procedure that is described in this article is not necessary for clients that run Windows 2000 or Windows XP Professional. Windows 2000 Professional, Windows 2000 Server, and Windows XP Professional do not receive a TS CAL from the TS server because a TS CAL is included with all versions of Windows 2000 and Windows XP Professional.

Windows XP Home Edition does require a TS CAL. Click to expand...

Source: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q315262
 

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First of all i would just like to apologise if this is in the wrong forum for this First of all I would just like to apologise if this is in the wrong forum for this question

At the moment I use remote desktop over the internet using Windows XP Pro.

I am just wondering is there anyway I could install Terminal Services [which will enable me to use remote desktop] on Microsoft Home edition using the Microsoft Professional Disk (by just installing the Terminal Services software)? Or do I need to have windows Professional Installed.

Or is there anything else that you lot can think of?

I don?t really want to put and third party software on.

Any input would be much appreciated.

Cheers
Matt

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Hi and Welcome to TSF


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Here's what TechTV has to say about the Remote Desktop issue (published before the official release of XP):

"The Remote Desktop software will only be available with Windows XP Professional Edition, but users with Windows XP Home Edition, 95, 98, NT, and 2000 can use the software as long as they install it from the XP Professional installation CD. As far as setup is concerned, users comfortable with configuring network connections in post-3.1 versions of Windows will have little trouble setting up Remote Desktop in Windows XP. Entering the correct IP, workgroup, and login information is essential in establishing a connection to the local Windows XP machine. Others may have a steeper learning curve."




http://www.windowsbbs.com/showthread.php?t=10019



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Remote Desktop Connection is available only in XP Professional. Remote Assistance is available in both XP Home and Pro, but this is for a different purpose




To use Remote Assistance both computers must be running either XP Pro or XP Home. To
use Remote Desktop, you must be running XP Pro as the Remote Desktop host machine. The
Remote Desktop client can be a Win 2K/NT/XP Pro or Home/Me/9X machine



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Differentiating between Remote Desktop and Remote Assistance

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Please help with this dilemma. We are running a Windows 2000 Advanced Server with Terminal Services. All licensing has been done and the computer has been kept up-to-date. At other locations, we use the Remote Desktop Connection and enter the IP address of the server for users to lon on to the server. We have been successfully doing this for over a year. For the last two days, individuals from one location get booted around 1:30p.m. or 2:00p.m. and cannot log back on. When they try to connect, there is a message that says something to the effect that the server is busy, a problem with the network and contact the Administrator. It does not get the the option of a username and password. They have internet connection and receive emails but cannot log back into the server until the next day. All of the other locations log on and I am able to attach from my house. Only this one location is affected. Can any one please help?

Thanks,
Lorrie
 

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I have a win2k server with terminal services and I forwarded port 3389 on my router to the ip of that server. Not sure why but I read somewhere to use port 3389?

So now I can connect to that server and it works fine.
However, there are 2 other servers on the same LAN that I would like to connect to.

I guess Terminal Services listens on 3389 by default? How would I go about connecting to the other 2 servers? Do I have to change the ip address that port 3389 is forwarded to every time I want to connect to a different server?

It would be cool if I could have 3 different sessions open at the same time, one for each server on my remote computer so I could work on all 3 at the same time.

thanks
 

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I need to get a client access to a server via terminal services but with only read access. can anyone help?
 

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simply set the permissions on the server to read-only. im assuming you're running windows server 2000 or '03. in either case this can be configured through the active directory settings or (in server 2000 especially) the domain controller settings.
 

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I installed Terminal server on a domain and managed to configure everything up to where I am able to access the terminal server from a workstation on the network. When I disconnect from the session and try to connect again it says that the roaming profile is not available and I am using a local profile. I have disabled profile caching. Please does some one know how to resolve this problem???!!!!
 

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Hi All
I have win 95 machines connecting to Terminal Server automatically by writing "mstc.exe term" in the "shell" line in system.ini. This works fine but when the users logoff it goes to a blank screen that if you double click, the task manager appears. Does anyone know how I can get the screen to go back to the terminal services login screen?
Thankyou
 

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If you have TS installed on a firewall server do you have to uninstall it in order to get a session on a TS server that is behind the firewall?

Thanks.
 

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Does terminal services come pre-packaged with Windows Server 2000? I got screwed on a CALs purchase. And what exactly do I need to buy to use terminal services? I used it until the temp. liscense expired.
 

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This may help: http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/community/centers/terminal/terminal_faq.mspx
 

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I have two Servers running Win2k Server. Both are in different physical locations. From #1 I can access #2 with no trouble. However, I cannot access #1 from anywhere, including the same LAN. What happens is it acknowlegdes, accepts the password info (which I know to be correct) and then disappears.

I checked the configuration against the known good one but still have the problem. Otherwise, the server is running just fine. Any suggestions you could offer would be appreciated.

Thanks!
 

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I am obliviously running on Windows XP. Whenever i start Task Manager, it doesn't show the user name of the programs running. I found out it was the terminal service that wasn't started. I don't even have Remote desktop to enable it. I need to know how to start the service WITHOUT doing this:

Run > services.msc > Terminal Services > Start

I cant find Terminal Services on the service list. I need help, and like always, the good guys here on these forums give me help. I seriously wanna know the problem.
 

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Is it possible to install Terminal Services on a Windows NT Server that will allow W2K machines to connect to it, or can a W2K machine with Terminal Services connect to a Windows NT Server via RAS?

Thanks.
 

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Which nt server are you talking about. w2k comes with a terminal server, that will load straight on. for a nt 4 server i believe citrix is the answer as microsoft does not have a thin client solution.
 

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Long story short, my wife's pc works great and I wanted her to be able to remote into it, w/o logging out the current session. So I did the registry/dll adjustment to allow multiple remote sessions. Worked great for a week, then something happened and I'm not sure what. She can no longer rdp into the system and neither can I. In trying to fix it I did the M$ kb and sp3 I checked and I don't have a current system restore( I know..) Is there anyway to reinstall terminal services or should I just go through the steps to alter it again?

I get the Module failed to load when I check event viewer.

Thanx,

Pooka
 

A:Fix Terminal services for xp

Sorry, don't know the answer to your question, but if you get stuck (and "stuck" sometimes happens with Terminal Services configurations), then take a look at VNC (Tight and Ultra are my two current favorites).
 

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Background:

I have a windows 2003 server with terminal services loaded up, along with a 6 client license. I use Wyse terminals so users can access the server remotely. This all worked fine up till Friday.

Problem:

I loaded some recommended patches last friday and my server started allowing only one client terminal to connect at a time. When one user connected, all others would get a connection failed error. If I have the one connected log out, the one trying can get in no problems. I backed out the patches, but I am still having the issue.

If anyone has seen this, let me know. I am not seeing any log indication of what is failing. The Terminal service manager shows that the RDP listener is running and not having an issue.

Thanks

Siam
 

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I am using Windows server 2000. It runs as our terminal server. One of our users connects to our ts and attempts to print to her local printer. The user is using xp. The users printer will not map and does not show up in the event logs. I have tried using another xp pc from another remote location using exactly the same drivers. It works from there and several other places I have tried. I've also tried to map the drives and this also fails. Can anyone give me any ideas as I have ran out. Thanks in advance.
 

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I am running Win2K with Microsoft Terminal Services to connect via VPN to a remote network over my DSL connection. The remote network has a Win2K Server and a SCO-UNIXware server. If I connect to the network (via VPN to the Win2K server), I can see all of the servers and nodes and I can FTP between any of the computers on the network, using either InVue (Windows), WS_FTPpro (Windows) or the command line (UNIX or Windows). However, I cannot figure out how to FTP a file from a computer on the network to my own computer. I have tried drag-n-drop via Windows but the cursor will not cross the "boundary" between the network and my computer. I have also tried using the command line ftp command but it cannot seem to find the network computers. I have tried the IP address used by the VPN and the error is "connection timed out". I have also the internal IP addresses used by the network servers and also the computer names but any of those simply returns "unknown host" error. Anyone know how I can ftp from the network to my computer?
Thanks.
 

A:FTP via VPN (Microsoft Terminal Services)

Is your computer running an FTP server? Can you FTP to it from a workstation at the office (not in TS session)?

Sounds like a firewall issue to me.
 

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I installed Terminal services for windows 2000 on some Windows 2000 advanced servers (sp2) in remote administration mode. But now everytime I run the add remove utility for adding or removing any program, it shows 0.9 MB remaining to install and then the Terminal services reinstalls. Is it a bug or did I do something wrong. The program is working fine by the way.
 

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Hello everyone. I am studying for my mcse windows server 2003. I purchased the core requirements training kit from the book store and i am on lesson 5 in chapter 2- Preparing Terminal Server (70-290 exam). Right now I have 1 server configured as a domain controller and 1 server that is a member server to the domain with Terminal Services installed. I was instructed by the book to add a user to active directory (on the domain controller), and then to create a global security group for terminal server users. I then had to add the new user to the global terminal server users group. then i was told to log off server01 (domain controller) and log on to server02 (terminal server) as administrator. I had to open Computer Management console, expand local users and groups, select groups, double click Remote Desktop Users group and then add the Terminal Server Users group as member. The problem is that I can't add the global group because it isn't found. only local users are available to add. i could log on to terminal services remotely if i added the user locally to the terminal server and then added the user to remote desktop users group on the terminal server. then i just had to make sure the "Allow Log On Through Terminal Services" user right was used for the user. but it seems like the book was trying to have the admin add terminal server users to a group on the domain controller so that once that group was added to the terminal server, all you have to do is ad... Read more

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If you have Active Directory set up correctly changes to AD should propogate immediately to the member servers. I am not sure why the book is telling you to log off of the domain controller once you have added the security group.All administration of AD should be able to be done from any member server as long as the account you are using has those rights.
 

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I'm after some thoughts please.

Currently got 1 main office and 2 remote offices (soon to be 3) that VPN into our main office. I'm getting bad broadband speeds here, but for some reason only 1 office notices it, probably a personnel issue.

Recently made some changes in our main office, such as putting in an Exchange 2007 server along with a ISA 2006 server. With this I need to purchase a new server for the 3rd remote office that we are opening.

It was mentioned to us that we should go down the route of Citrix, as we would benefit from increased bandwidth and therefore better speeds on the VPN. To do this, we thought that the local server we were going to place in the new office, could be located in our main office and run Citrix. The disadvantage I see to this is that I haven't got a local server up there for their profiles, printers, WSUS, AV, file storage.

Now I guess for the file storage, I could put in a NAS box, they could get their WSUS and AV updates straight from the net, but still leaves a problem with profiles and printers. Regarding printer, I will be installing a MFD device which will go straight into the network, but how would the traffic be sent to it. I'm guessing it would need to be installed on our main server, then piped back through the VPN link, therefore wouldn't this slow the traffic down? With the profiles, I'm guessing with Exchange, there is no real need for them to have roaming profiles, the PST files will be stored... Read more

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We recently installed a Terminal Services Server on our network and it has helped our remote offices with slow connections.

We want to be able to run scanners and other hardware at the remote sites, that is connected to the hardware at the remote site while in terminal service session. That is to say run the local hardware through the TS session.

Does anyone have suggestions or know of documentation that can help?
 

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Installed sbs 2003, love it. I'm having issues accessing, using the terminal services, the client computers that are running win 2k, though. There is no problem with the network; all pc's can see the server and access the documents that they have permission to. But for some reason I cannot correctly configure the pc's with win2k to be accessible via terminal services.

Has anyone else run into this issue, or does anyone know why this would be an issue?

TIA,

valis.
 

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I've set terminal services to load an application at start. When a user logs in, he only gets this application. If he closes it, he has no desktop so he must close the session. However, if he reconnects, the application doesnt reload.

To rectify this, I enabled "logoff disconnected sessions" and set it for 1 minute. This is supposed to drop a disconnected session so the user can once again gain access to the application by making them login again.

Unfortunatly, this doesnt work as I must manually log off a user each time they close the application in order for them to get it back. Another problem has also developed where the administrator account is also running in application mode only, not giving me the desktop or ability to log out the session. I have to disable the "application load on login" rule. Login as administrator, and then re-enable to rule.

Any TS guru's out there that can simplify my process? Thank you!

William
 

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What does it all mean? I'm troubleshooting an app on a server that has it's own licensing then they mentioned having terminal services enabled as an applications server. I thought I did but it turns out it's on as Remote Administration and not an applications server. I can't change the security level under configuration unless it's application. What does it matter if I can run apps without it? Everywhere I look I get more questions than answers as to what it does, oh you can install it on other computers, you can use it to manager apps on numerous clients, oh Microsoft says it's not a good idea to list it on your domain controller?

Man this service is confusing, maybe I just need to keep reading on it from multiple sources. I'm using a licensing app for our accounting called Sage Master Builder 13, it really sucks and crashes a lot but nothing else on my server crashes. I have changed settings for group policy objects and other things and my server is a Win Small Biz 2003 R1 with SP2, but when I read about Terminal Services it just threw me for an utter loop of how users can be applied to it as an application server. Is it installed or not if I can see a manager? Does it default install it as a "Remote Admin Server" but not as application? So confusing.....

Any help is much appreciated, but since I haven't gotten any responses to my last 3 questions here maybe I'm out of luck.
 

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Hello,
We are planning to configure terminal services on windows 7 desktop to provide access to multiple users at a time to access one of the application running on windows 7 desktop so please provide details how to get the permanent license for my windows 7 desktop
to configure terminal services.
Thank you

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I need to rebuild my Server this weekend to add bigger drives and I was wondering how I backup my terminal services licenses. Any input would be appreciated. Also if i upgrade to Server 2008 will those CAL's work?
 

A:Terminal Services Question

The CALs will work for a period but after a bit of time you will be forced to upgrade them.

If your just wanting to add bigger drives why not image the server, add the new drives and then reinstall the image? Its probably less hastle than backing things up and then reinstalling everything.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/ts/cc671614.aspx

Q. How do I move my licenses from one licensing server to another?
A. You should back up your Terminal Services Licensing server regularly by using the Windows Backup tool or something similar. Regular backups will help protect your licensing data from accidental loss if your system experiences hardware or storage failure.

When backing up a Terminal Server Licensing server, back up both the system state data and the folder in which the Terminal Server Licensing server is installed. This step ensures that data in both the registry and the Terminal Services licensing server database is backed up.

If you restore the system state data and the database to the original Terminal Services licensing server computer, any unissued licenses are restored correctly as long as you have not replaced the operating system on the computer. Otherwise, any unissued licenses are not restored, and an event will appear in the system log providing the unissued count.

You can still restore the unissued licenses by using the TS License Manager tool with the Telephone activation mechanism, and requesting the licenses back. You can switch to the Telephone mec... Read more

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I cannot start Terminal Services or Fast User Switching. Both are set to Manual, and when I try to start, I get error 1083 - The executable program that this svstem is configured to run in does not implement this service.

I have run Registry Edits from Kellys Korner to repair both services with no change. I cleaned some cookies, adware and virus from the computer recently. Am not sure if the problem existed priorto this or not. Only realized there was a problem on this computer when I was unable to install WordPerfect Office 12.

Also, which may be related, I do not show any Users in the Windows Task Manager under Processes or Users. I am logged on as the HP_Administrator.

Would appreciate any help.

System: HP Media Center PC, Pent 4 CPU, 3.2 GHZ, ! Meg RAM, running Win XP Media Center Edition, Ver: 2002, SP2
 

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I have set up my users in Win2000 Server for Terminal Services Access. In Doing so I have checked their profile to use local printers. However when I login to my dedicated server, the only printers I have access to are the ones installed on the server. This happens in any application I run in the session.. Any Thoughts?
 

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You should share your local printer and install it in the server side as a network printer and then be able to print from that sesion in your printer.
 

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I am researching this issue for my boss, so if it seems a little over my head, it is.

I have a licenising question. We have 35 licenses, but the terminal services licensing snap in shows 4 categories. We have 14 boxes, 13 2000 boxes, and 1 98 box. The snap in reads like this

Product Type Total Avail Issued

Existing Windows 2000 License Built in Unlimited Unlimited 13
Temp Licenses for existing... Temporary - - 13
Temp licenses for Cliet Access.... Temporary - - 1
Win 2000 term service client access Open 35 34 1

I know the 1st category is for 2000 boxes, and the 4 th category is for all non 2000 boxes, but I interpret this as the 13 2000 boxes are not accepting the license. Can anyone help explain this. i realize this isn't the best explanation on my part, so please let me know if any other will help. Thanks.

Dave
 

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I don't even know if MS understands their licensing snap-in. My advice is too ignore it as much as possible. ;-) My boss and I are always struggled with this issue as well...so, I've had to become more educated than I'd like on MS licensing.

Simply put, you've got 35 licenses. 35 licenses to do what you want from win2k boxes connecting through the lan for "normal" stuff, to win xp boxes at people's homes connecting to work from terminal services. The most simple line from MS to me was...

"Each *connection* to the server via netbios, terminal services, whatever...uses a license whilst the connect exists"

So, as long as you don't have more than 35 connections simultaneously, you should be fine. Not sure what kinda server you have etc., but when you exceed the 20 Client Access License (CAL) point, per processor licensing on W2K server's typically becomes more cost effective (does not apply to Small Business Server).

Hope that helped a little. MS licensing is pain...as I have to go buy some more MS licenses this monday. Happy Holidays, eh?

Best,

cpuhack.com
 

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Just been asked by a guy from our sister company about a possible problem they may be having.

They are about to setup a new office and have a single guy working from there. It doesn't appear as though there will be any server or anything in place, just this single guy working off from standard broadband connection.

This guy, will have a USB printer, hooked into his laptop and use TS to connect into the main office. He will therefore want to print back to his USB printer from the TS session. I've ticked the box for 'printers' under local resources on the RDP connection option but it doesn't seem to bring across his printer into the TS desktop.

I've mentioned that this printer will need a print server and hooked into the router in his local network, but then obviously the main server in the other office will need to be able to see this remote printer. Therefore, I'm guessing some form of VPN will need to be put into place.

Can anyone advise please.

Thanks
 

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I used to use Terminal Services (RDP 5) to connect to my Windows 2003 server's desktop and each month I'd change my password, each month I'd save a new password so for one click I'd get onto the server. It was just a matter of configuring the password each month, saving it and for another month I was happy ... I'll grant it wasn't the most secure thing but hey, it was simple.

Then I got upgraded to version 6 and ever since I cannot find a way to save the password so what I want to know is has anyone got any way of allowing me to do this once a month with RDP 6?

Kyu
 

A:Terminal Services Passwords!

... when you specify the connection allowing you to edit the credentials for access. That then allows me to save the details over my previous file and then I have one-click access.

Kyu
 

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Is it possible to remotely connect to a Windows 2000 Server via Terminal Services to the current local session? And leave the session open when you disconnect?

Example:
Before leaving the windows 2000 server machine, you would either leave yourself logged in or lock the screen.

Now from a remote location be able to connect to the session you left open locally on the host windows 2000 server machine.

Thanks ahead of time

Jeremy
 

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Can someone help me please.

I have a serious problem here which I'm not sure how to get around.

I have 2 offices that use TS/Remote Desktop to run software from our main office. Only problem, is that with this software, I've had to make these TS accounts part of the Admin group.

Because of this, when they are connected to the server, they see multiple instances of every printer that is connected.

Is there a way around this please?

Thanks
 

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hi,
does anybody know how to prevent terminal services client from getting timed out ??
thanks
 

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Go into the 'Administrative Tools" folder of the Term. Server, double click on "Terminal Services Configuration" icon. Now, highlight "connections" on the left, then right click on the RDP connection that you want to configure on the right. Right click the RDP connection...go down to properties. On the pop up window, click the "Sessions" tab....now look down just a bit and put a check mark in the "Override user settings" check box. Go down to where it says "Idle session limit" and select your timeout preference from the drop down list, and click O.K. to close the window. The new setting will not affect any currently active session....just new connections. The currently connected users will get the new settings the next time that they log in.
 

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Hi all,

In opening my local computer 'services program' to START Fast User Switching Compatibility, I been getting the following error message:-

"Error 1075 The Dependency Service does not exist or has been marked for deletion"
Will appreciate any help to solve this.
 

A:How Do I restore Terminal Services?

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I just installed Windows 2003 Server and set up Terminal Server. Using XP's Remote Desktop Connection I can easily connect to the server from home or anywhere else to administer it. Works great!

I'd like to go to the next step and be able to connect to any workstation on that network so I can administer workstations as well. Any suggestions how to do that? I can't seem to find the right documents to explain how to access a workstation on a network remotely.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you! John Meyer
 

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Does anyone know of a reliable way to get a Terminal Services client to print to a print server locally? I had wanted to hook up a group of users at a remote location to the Terminal Server but according to MS the only useable printers are the ones connected directly to the client itself. Is something like Citrix Metaframe my only option?
 

A:Terminal Services Printing

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I am trying to install Terminal Server client on a pc with W2K and I keep getting an error telling me that I cannot run windows 16 bit programs. I have installed TS client on other W2K pc's without a problem. Any help would be appreciated!

JV
 

A:Terminal Services on W2k error

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Hello,

We have a small network of about 10 workstations. We have a Windows 2000 Server that runs our Active Directory and a Windows Server 2003 DELL Poweredge that is set up to run our new accounting software and soon I will be adding some more hard drives to use it as a file server as well.

We recently bought Visual Account Mate and InfoTrak (VAM). Now we'd like to allow everyone access to some of the features of InfoTrak but we have a problem:

1) We have 2 MACs and VAM doesn't work on a MAC OS.

2) We have 1 person who is on the road a lot and needs to connect while traveling.

We are thinking we need to set up terminal services on the 2003 server and MS Remote Desktop Connection on each MAC. Then I was thinking we would need to set up a VPN to allow our traveling person to access VAM from the road.

Will this work and is it the best solution?

Thanks,

Matt
 

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Hi, i recently downloaded Microsoft Windows .NET Enterprise Server Edition as a BETA tester, and was wondering if there is anyway to nick the Terminal Services files from this OS and put them in the XP OS, so i can logon to my pc remotely whilst someone is logged in to the pc locally.

The .NET Terminal Services allows 3 concurrent users i believe, and was wondering whether i could port this to my XP installation?

Thanks,

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How do you set up Quickbooks under terminal services. I am trying to set it up in such a way that each user will not see the prior users login name or previsouly opened companies.

A:Quickbooks Terminal Services

I have tried to do this too and cannot. I can make it so the previous company does not show.

are you an administrator?

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