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Where is remote desktop service manager in windows server 2019

Q: Where is remote desktop service manager in windows server 2019

I am using windows server 2019 terminal server and can't find remote desktop service manager mmc to manage active session. If it is discontinued, is there any other tools I can use to manage sessions on terminal servers.

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Hi, Guys.

Do you know about the Microsoft Release for CVE-2019-0708 | Remote Desktop Services Remote Code Execution Vulnerability this May 14, 2019?

Are the security updates for this considered emergency and out-of-band? Please advise.

Thank you.

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I have an RDWEB setup (Server 2012R2).
Server Manager>Remote Desktop Services>Overview does not populate the Deployment Servers, RD Sessions Host or collections on my Windows 10 laptop (with RSAT installed).
Server Manager>Remote Desktop Services>Overview works and populates "Deployments Servers", RD Sessions Host and "collections" correctly on Windows 8.1 Laptop (with RSAT installed) and correctly on any Server 2012R2.

*All the servers are added in server manager.
*RSAT was downloaded on July 13,2016.

Anyone have any suggestions on why RSAT with Windows 10 does not work correclty with a RDWEB server setup in 2012R2?

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Details to Reproduce

Our SP versions are given below ? SP 2010: Running on SP2 and Apr 2017 CU (KB3191846) Version: 14.0.7180.5001

SP 2013: Running on SP1 and Oct 2018 CU (KB4461458) Version: 15.0.5075.1000

Summary: Markus Wulftange from Trend Micro's Zero Day Initiative has found a Remote Code Execution Vulnerability on Microsoft SharePoint Server CVE-2019-0604

Vulnerability Name : Microsoft SharePoint Remote Code Execution Vulnerability CVE Number : CVE-2019-0604 Attack Type : Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Attack vector
: Network Attack Complexity : Low Confidentiality Impact : High Integrity Impact : High Availability Impact : High Xforce score : 9.8

Description ? When software fails to check the source markup of an application package. ? An attacker who successfully exploited the vulnerability could run arbitrary code
in the context of the SharePoint application pool and the SharePoint server farm account. ? Exploitation of this vulnerability requires that a user uploads a specially crafted SharePoint application package to an affected versions of SharePoint. ? The security
update addresses the vulnerability by correcting how SharePoint checks the source markup of application packages.

Detailed analysis ? MS Released a patch on February, The original patch only addressed the Microsoft.SharePoint.BusinessData.Infrastructure.EntityInstanceIdEncoder in Microsoft.SharePoint.dll
but not the Microsoft.Office.Server.ApplicationRe... Read more

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We have a requirement to get the windows services from one of our remote server. We already have a group with admin rights on that machine and users added to it. But while fetching the services from that details we get below error.
We are using C#.net to fetch the services.
InvalidOperationException Was caught
Cannot open Service Control Manager on computer :"". This operation might require other privileges.

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We use an internal WSUS server to deploy MS Updates to our servers and workstations. 
I am looking at this link and trying to identify the KB number and make sure our WSUS server has downloaded that KB to deliver. 
Does anyone know the KB this link is referring to?
Many thanks. 

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I had the Developer Preview setup as an RDP server. I can't find the same setting in the Consumer Preview.

Does anyone know where it is or if it is still there?

Thanks in advance,


A:Windows 8 as Remote Desktop Server?

What exactly do you mean by a RDP server?

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Is the Remote Desktop Services Manager MMC snap-in available for Windows 8? What do we use to boot sessions?

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We have just acquired a Quad-core Xeon, 4GB RAM dedicated server running Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 32bit. We are using the server to run game and VoIP servers mainly in consoles. This requires that a user be logged in to launch the servers. We access the server via remote desktop.

I have set the server to automatically login on boot using the registry method so that if the server crashes when I am not around the server can restart itself and re-run all the software (using the start menu "Startup" folder).

The problem is that when I login via Remote Desktop the OS creates a NEW SESSION under the same username rather than just connect to the existing session. Yesterday we had three sessions running on the server all using the same username and so each of them was running duplicate apps. This was because the automatic login method created a session, and both myself and another admin logged into the server via remote desktop creating three sessions in parallel.

How do we force the server to accept only one session per username?


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On my school network, the Windows XP Remote Desktop Client is available but all internet connections must go through the network proxy server (which only allows port 80). The problem is not the port 80 restriction (the pc that I want to connect to is running remote desktop on port 80) but getting the client to use the proxy. Is there anything I can do that will allow me to use to proxy (i have access to the registry if that helps)?


A:Windows XP Remote Desktop with a proxy server?

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I have discovered, that Windows 7 Pro doesn't support multiple monitor for remote desktop service, as it is featured only for Windows 7 Ultimate and Enterprise editions. See this article http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Remote-Desktop-Connection-frequently-asked-questions
I wonder, if this feature is now supported in Windows 8 Pro or does Remote Desktop work the same way as in Windows 7 Pro ?
I need to connect to my computer using Remote Desktop Client and use extended desktop on multiple monitors.  However current Windows 7 Pro support only desktop spanning ( /span), which is not that useful.
Thanks for your reply.

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Hi All,
    On Windows 7, how do I run a Remote Desktop (RDP, MSRSC) server with 3DES disabled?
Many thanks, -T

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I generally dont post but I hope someone can help me with this problem.

Wiped my PC over the weekend, reinstalled some of the programs, updated to SP1 and now the Remote Desktop server config is completely gone (see images below).

OS is Win7 Pro x64

Does anyone have any suggestions on how to fix this (other than another reinstall Id rather avoid that).

A:Remote Desktop Server config missing from Windows 7 Pro

Have you gotten it working yet?

If you check the box, perhaps click apply, maybe even have to close and reopen-- do the options not appear??? That is where it should show you the settings to configure it.

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Hi, I am wondering if there is a remote desktop download for the 98 platform? I mean not the client, but so I can use my xp computer to remote to my 98 computer. I realise there are other 3rd party vnc's out there but does microsoft have an addon download or what?

A:Solved: remote desktop server for windows 98se?

NO. VNC is your only route for 9X.

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We have a vendor that needs to remote access to one of our Windows 2003 Server. He is able to VPN into our network, but unable to Remote Desktop to the server. I was able to get him in before, but had to redo my network last week and can't remember what i did.

Any help would be great before I do the 'trial and error' method.

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Tech support team,
I have already posted this in Microsoft community, since they asked us to check with the tech team, I posting this thread again :

Please advise on the below issue :
We have a requirement to create web service in Windows desktop with stand alone gateway which is explained in the link below

Trying to communicate from SAP server ( Linux OS ) to Windows Remote desktop to trigger a batch file in the windows machine based on User demand meaning  when ever user wants to trigger the batch, the communication should happen from SAP to Windows.

Windows machine is a remote desktop and we installed stand alone gateway for communication. Is this sufficient to create a webservice ?"

Please suggest and provide guidelines to  create web service in windows machine . . . . . . .
1. We are running SAP BW server and using SAP ABAP program , we are trying to give the trigger to the batch file placed in windows machine .

2. It is not windows server, it is Windows desktop installed with
Windows 7 Enterprise  OS , Our SAP Basis consultant has installed Stand alone gateway server in order to communicate

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Greets all....

OK, here it is: I have NO Aero at all. When I run the Aero troubleshooter it tells me that the above referenced service is not enabled. Obviously, I need to enable the service. Problem: the service is not listed on the services.msc, so I cannot enable it. I have tried everything, and when I enter "net /stop ( or start) uxsms" it tells me the service name is invalid. I can locate dwm.exe, but when I try run it, nothing happens.

This is what the troubleshooter says, "Desktop Windows Manager Session service isn't running; Desktop Windows Manager is disabled."

Can someone PLEASE help me figger this out? I am SERIOUSLY considering a move to Mac...have never seen so many bugs as there are in Win 7.

A:Desktop Windows Manager Service does not appear in services.msc

I'm on WIn 7 Pro X64 and I don't have that service either. I do have Desktop Window Manager Session Manager though.

Anyway, possible fix here: Aero features completely missing in Windows 7 | Windows Secrets Lounge

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I have windows server 2003 running terminal services, and when I remote desktop to it - this is what happens

1st connect - everything's fine, runs smoothly
2nd conect - message "could not connect to remote computer, check connections..."
3rd connect - "the remote computer ended the connection"

Help me. I am going out of my mind. I have to restart the server everytime this happens.

I regularly need to connect to the server, and its very annoying.

A:Windows Server 2003 - Remote Desktop/Terminal Services

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Hi All,
I have a home system and work system both of them are same version windows 2008. At work I have the three monitors and at home I have same number of monitors. At work I have no problems extending my desktop onto all the three monitors, when I get home and try to log into work using RDP i can only extend the display to two monitors. While using the RDP from my home I use the option full screen and it still displays it only on two monitors and the rest of the space is grey.

I have learned that under the group policy editor I can use the option remote desktop services I can edit the number of monitors I can use. When I use the gpedit.msc on my work desktop I dont see the option of RDP. And the screen display option is greyed out at 4096*1024. I googled a bit and found out that I can download the ADMX templates and install them, even after installing the hotfix i am still missing the RDP option where i can change the number of monitors.

I am not sure how to proceed and why the work system is missing the RDP option in the first place, can you please point me to the right direction,

Thanks alot all you guyz !!!!


What happens if you try Teamviewer? RDP does have a lot of limitations.

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We connect to the server remotely with XP Remote Desktop... previously we had 2003 version and had no problem...the "local resources are all checked off, but I am not sure if the person who is maintaining the server has not provided the proper permissions? Is there a setting that would let you connect but then not access your local drives?

* I can see tsclient but for example previously \\tsclient\c would get me to the C drive, now I get an error

A:Windows Server 2008 can't see Local drives/Printers with Remote desktop

anyone have an idea? I am totally lost, I even logged on as Admin it still said I had no permissions to add a printer and still could not see the Drives on my LOCAL PC ( that is remotely connecting)!!??

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I have 2 users 2 laptops both windows 7 Prof 64 bit - connecting to a Windows 2008
Server via Terminal Server, mainly one laptop gets an occasional black screen, when minimizing the session, working on the laptop and then goes back to the session it sometimes takes 30 sec to 2 min and then the user is back connected to the server like nothing
happens, the other laptop has an occasional a black screen but not as much and does the same all day, minimizing working on the desktop going back to the remote session etc.
I had Dell Support look at all the settings on the server and everything looks fine. 

The connection is not disconnected when it comes back up.

Any ideas what could cause this issue ?

Our ISP is Comcast 

thanks for any feedback 

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And I have a Server 2019 where my Windows Xp machine won?t connect
And I have a Canon printer the won?t connect either. But the printer is a business class Copier and should scan to email and stopped

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1) Suppose there are two user-defined data-collector sets: SQL and SQL-MEMORY. If I use

logman start/stop SQL or logman start/stop SQL_MEMORY
- both commands succeed.
2) If I export, for example, SQL data collector set to the xml file, delete the SQL from Performance Monitor, import it back by 
logman import SQL -xml C:\Distr\SQLServer2019\COUNTERS\SQL.xml

and try to start using the same command  (logman start/stop SQL ) the following error arises:

The same error arises when starting SQL in GUI.
This error does NOT arise if the SQL data collector set (its xml file) is imported manually!

It means no data collector sets can be started after being imported by
logman import command ... why???


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Hello, is there any support for 2019 and if not, is there any information about a future update for Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics?

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Microsoft's Windows Server team released a preview of the next Windows Server product, Windows Server 2019, yesterday to the public.

Windows Server 2019 Preview is available for any participant of the Windows Insider program but the post on Microsoft's Windows Server website is unfortunately a bit vague when it comes to actual downloads of the preview version of Windows Server.

The very first thing you need to do is register an organization account or a personal account; Registering in this case means that you join the Windows Insider Program with the account so that you may download and use Insider Builds.

Once you have done that head over to the Windows Insider Preview Server download page and select "Windows Server vNext LTSC PReview" under available downloads. You can download localized versions of the Server 2019 Preview ISO and have 24 hours to download the 4.2 Gigabyte ISO image from Microsoft.

Microsoft plans to release the final version of Windows Server 2019 in the second half of the calendar year 2018. The company plans to release System Center 2019 as well which will support Windows Server 2019.Click to expand...

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Thank you for contacting us. I brought this issue to your attention almost three months ago on April 18th. The Washington Ear's FTP will occasionally lock a file it is receiving on upload and insist that a copy already exists. I am a bit surprised that
this is the first time we are hearing from you again on this issue as while it is not necessarily a daily occurrence it certainly happens on a weekly basis at minimum.

The most recent day in question that the problem occurred would have been July 3rd's upload from the files I saw still in the directory when I went to upload Monday's reading. 

I would love to assist you in resolving the problem of uploads being locked however it appears to me that it is a server side and not a client side issue. The only thing that I can provide are the details that I have noticed and the attempted solutions which
have not worked from this end.

Upon receiving the message that the file already exists, renaming the file name or changing the extension locally before attempting another upload provides the same error message. I am not sure of how your server verifies what files are there before receiving
an upload. This message occurs even when a command to delete the files on the server has been sent and waiting for a response to verify that the directory appears to be empty before attempting to upload.

I would be curious to see if adding steps to your automated script that removes the WAV ... Read more

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I am having trouble accessing the internet through my modem because my RAS won't load.
the exact error message is " Cannot load Remote Access connection manager service." error 711: the remote access service manager could not start.
Additional information provided in the event log.
I live in the boonies and have no other options for internet options except modem.
Any and all suggestions will be appreciated


PS its windows 2000

A:Remote access service manager not loading

Just did a quick search on the MS KB.


Have you recently done a system restore and are you up 2 date on your service packs and hotfixes.

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I recently setup a new Windows 7 machine (brand new Skylake build) and swapped the displays from my old machine to the new machine, and started working on the old machine via RDP as I migrate things slowly.
What I found by trial and error is that usually within 20 minutes of using Remote Desktop from the new machine, I would get the Aero Performance warning. I see dwm.exe consuming 100% CPU of a single core. This boggled me because I have a fast machine, with
an ASUS GTX 580 Matrix GPU (nVidia) that performs very well. I am using the latest Geforce drivers.
Once it happens, dragging Windows is a very hitchy experience. Nothing works to recover. If I start the Desktop Window Manager service, it'll go immediately to a high CPU state. I have to reboot to clear it up. If I dont use RDP, it never happens, but within
minutes of opening the RDP session, there it goes again. I can stop the Desktop Window Manager Session Manager service to workaround the problem.
One more symptom. Once, before rebooting, I decided to uninstall the nVidia drivers and try reinstalling them. The installer complained that no compatible display adapter was found. I had to reboot in order to reinstall them. This almost sounds like a flaky
driver or GPU, but this GPU worked fine for the past couple of years in another box (though that doesn't mean it didn't go bad since).

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Several months ago i got a fake rogue anti virus.I did a clean up with malware bytes , anti virus , register cleaner etc..all the scanners always show clean. And i posted here before to get the other stuff out but the bsod never left.For almost 6 months now. I popped up event viewer that reveals my crash , here ....its always the same , remote access then service control manager.-------------Windows debugger reveals its one of the nt kernal related programs. usually one that reads "nt krnl" or starts with "NT"help appreciated. And thnx in advance.

A:bsod/remote access/service control manager.

Apparently, when you scanned for viruses, it removed iprtmgr.dllWhich is a legitimate service

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Is there a way to repair this Service? Thanks

O.S. Windows XP SP2
Status: Is Started

A:Cannot Restart Remote Access Connection Manager Service

Try this 1st:

The Remote Desktop Connection software is pre-installed with Windows XP. To run it, click Start, click All Programs, click Accessories, click Communications, and then click Remote Desktop Connection. This software package can also be found on the Windows XP Professional and Windows XP Home Edition product CDs and can be installed on any supported Windows platform. To install from the CD, insert the disc into the target machine's CD-ROM drive, select Perform Additional Tasks, and then click Install Remote Desktop Connection.

Run the System File Checker

Go to the Run box on the Start Menu and type in:

sfc /scannow ( sfc if not reconized)

This command will immediately initiate the Windows File Protection service to scan all protected files and verify their integrity, replacing any files with which it finds a problem. You will need your Windows cd.

If still no luck try a Repair Install:

Set the computer to boot from cd first in the BIOS
Place the xp cd in cdrom and reboot
Boot from the xp cd and choose install
Ignore the first repair option and continue with install
When windows finds the previous installation and offers to repair
then do the repair
If you have xp sp2 installed it needs to be incorporated into your xp disk or it will not offer the repair option only the clean install

How to perform a Repair Installation of Windows XP

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Hello,I want to run Windowsserver 2019 on my Thinkcentre.But I can't find a install the LAN driver. I try the original INTEL drivers but device manager doesn't find the driver :-( have someone a tipp for me?  gojira 

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I have a little problem with a fresh installed windows 2019 server.

I have a default trusted site zone gpo, and on the 2019 server its applies but there are now entry in it.

If i disable the gpo, there are the sites what i have set up in the gpo and i can add new sites.

I want to login to a powerbi gateway, and ie didnt open the login screen just a white page.

I tried to search the forum but no luck.

Anybody has the solution for this?

Thanks for the help!


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I'm having an issue customizing the Start Page registry key in Windows Server 2019 (this method works fine in 2016) I would load C:\Users\Default\NTUSER.DAT and add \Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\Start Page REG_SZ "Company specific URL"
and when a new user logs in they'd get the "Company specific URL" but with Windows Server 2019 this isn't working.
I have also tried adding "First Home Page" and "Default_Page_URL" and it doesn't make a difference, it seems some sort of mini setup is configuring the registry keys and ignoring or overwriting what I entered into NTUSER.DAT from the
Default user profile.
I've also got IE Enhanced Security Configuration disabled for Admins and Users along with the following other registry keys set that all are working fine.
[HKEY_USERS\DefaultUser\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main]
"Friendly http errors"="no"

[HKEY_USERS\DefaultUser\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings]

[HKEY_USERS\DefaultUser\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main]

Wondering if anyone has found a workaround or missing key that also needs to be set, thanks.

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I have an application running .NET Framework 4.7.2 which we have recently started migrating onto Windows Server 2019 servers. We have started receiving reports of issues in Internet Explorer 11 having issues with controls (which we can replicate). Some of
the errors we see in the console include.

'WebForm_FireDefaultButton' is undefined
'WebForm_SaveScrollPositionSubmit' is undefined
'WebForm_DoPostBackWithOptions' is undefined

When an app pool recycle is performed on the application, the issue seems to go away for a period of time, but does return.

I recently came across the following article in which the symptoms appear to be very similar, but for a previous version of Windows Server.


Has anyone else experienced similar issues with software running on Windows Server 2019 accessed with IE11?

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Running the following cmdlet on a Setting that is in the "NOTSET" state works fine, after setting it to Enable/Disable using the following powershell cmdlet:

Set-ProcessMitigation -System -Enable SEHOP

I get this error:
Set-ProcessMitigation : Destination array was not long enough. Check destIndex and length, and the array's lower
At line:1 char:1
+ Set-ProcessMitigation -System -Enable SEHOP
+ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    + CategoryInfo          : NotSpecified: (:) [Set-ProcessMitigation], ArgumentException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : System.ArgumentException,Microsoft.Samples.PowerShell.Commands.SetProcessMitigationsComm

and I am unable to ever change the setting again using PowerShell commands. The same process works without issue on Windows 10, the issue only seems to exist on Server 2019. Changing the setting using the Windows Security GUI works as expected.

For other controls, such as DEP, CFG,  I still get the error, but the command applies the new setting properly anyway. So far SEHOP is the only setting that is unchangeable, but there may be others as we haven't tested extensively yet. It fails for both
System and App level settings.

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I connect to my terminal server, no problems at all (Windows 2003 (SP2) Server platform).

I then use Terminal Services Manager 5.2 to connect to my users devices using the "Remote Control" option from within.

My issue is that over the last week or so (this feature has been running with no problems for 2 years +) this feature returns the following error:

"Because of a protocol error, this session will be disconnected. Please try connecting to the remote computer again".

Then proceeds to disconnect me from the terminal server entirely.

Can anyone advise why this has suddenly started occuring and more importantly, advise a solutiion.

A:Terminal Server Manager - Remote Control Option

I'm having a similar probelm.

I'm running XP SP3 and can remote into my TS fine (Server 2003) but I get the same message when I then try to remote control a user using the Terminal Services Manager on the TS.

The thing is I think this has only started since I updated my Remote Desktop Connection to version 7. (May show up as KB969084) I'm not able to un-install KB969084 though as it doesn't show up in my list of installed updates in the Add Remove Programs.

Do you know if you're PC was updated with the RDC v7 or have you found a fix for your issue?
Update: I've found this

which describes my problem exactly. Doesn't seem however to be a fix listed there.

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I would like to serve the database for BCM 2010 from an internet accessible server. This server also happens to be on my LAN.

First, I installed and configured the database on the server.

Using the server's LAN name and LAN IP:
I was able to successfully connect to the database when I used sqlcmd from my client machine. I was also able to successfully connect to the database when I used the BCM connection wizard from my client machine.

Using the server's internet name and internet IP:
I was able to successfully connect to the database when I used sqlcmd from my client machine. I was unable to connect to the database when I used the BCM connection wizard from my client machine. The error message is this, "The computer, <name>, is not available or does not contain any shared Business Contact Manager databases..." Using a packet sniffer on the server, I observed that no requests showed up on port 5356 when the connection request came from BCM.

These tests strongly suggest that
The firewall is properly configured
The database is properly configured
The BCM database is properly shared
So, my question is this: Is there some way to twist BCM's 'arm' such that it will connect to a database server not located on the same LAN as the client?

Thank you!

A:Remote server for MS Business Contact Manager 2010

Quote: Originally Posted by GRoston

I would like to serve the database for BCM 2010 from an internet accessible server. This server also happens to be on my LAN.

First, I installed and configured the database on the server.

Using the server's LAN name and LAN IP:
I was able to successfully connect to the database when I used sqlcmd from my client machine. I was also able to successfully connect to the database when I used the BCM connection wizard from my client machine.

Using the server's internet name and internet IP:
I was able to successfully connect to the database when I used sqlcmd from my client machine. I was unable to connect to the database when I used the BCM connection wizard from my client machine. The error message is this, "The computer, <name>, is not available or does not contain any shared Business Contact Manager databases..." Using a packet sniffer on the server, I observed that no requests showed up on port 5356 when the connection request came from BCM.

These tests strongly suggest that
The firewall is properly configured
The database is properly configured
The BCM database is properly shared
So, my question is this: Is there some way to twist BCM's 'arm' such that it will connect to a database server not located on the same LAN as the client?

Thank you!

You may also be having routing issues. The gateway/router may not be sending traffic from that port to the BCM server. Check your ro... Read more

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Every time I turn on my computer, the SQL Server Service Manager automatically starts, is there any way to turn it off? Thank you in advance :D

A:SQL Server Service Manager Autostarts

Why do you want to stop it? It was installed for some reason, so you may need it.

Most likely you can turn it off by going to Start...Run...and typing in "services.msc" (without the quotes) and pressing Enter
Then scroll down the list and set the service type to Manual (the safe setting) or Disabled (the more risky setting).

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I have windows xp home edition on both of my computers, and they do have a remote desktop program, but ive found out that windows xp pro actually has a better version of it that will actually work. I cant get the windows xp home version of it to work. Is there anyone that knows of a free remote desktop program, or if someone would be able to send the windows xp pro version of the remote desktop program.

A:Free Remote Desktop Program, or how to get windows remote desktop to work

XP Home has "Remote Assistance", while XP Pro has both "Remote Desktop", as well as "Remote assistance". You can download from Microsoft, a Remote Desktop "add on" which will enable your computer to become the "client" but not the "server".

can you provide some details about what you've done to get "remote assistance " up and running?

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How do u access task manager through remote desktop???

IM running vista ultimate 64 bit and trying 2 access task manager on a xp machine using remote desktop

A:Remote Desktop Task Manager

Right click on Taskbar (any empty spot)>Task Manager.

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Hey guys,
I am using Windows 7 which is connected to DOMAIN.
I have an issue starting "remote desktop connection manager". when I tried to launch it I am getting " remote desktop connection manager has stopped working, A problem caused the program to stop working correctly." error.
Any resolutions to troubleshoot this error?
Thanks in advance.

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Template for Low Level Design document Active Directory Service Upgradatioin from windows 2003 to 2019

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Hi, i know that avgamsvr.exe is the AVG7 Alert Manager Server but i want to know what exactly it does and if is really essential for the AVG 7 to work properly.

Why i am asking this?Simply because i want to save as much resources i can but of course without have to completely turn off the AVG7 background scanning & services.I already set to manual the AVG7 Update Service (avgupsvc.exe) because i only update all my programs my manually i dont like auto-update plus i save some more resources with this service set to manual.

So to my question what exactly the AVG7 Alert Manager Server does?

Thanks for any replies.

A:Avg7 Alert Manager Server Service

From everything I've read, this process is necessary for AVG to work properly and disabling it will cause AVG to malfunction.

There does not appear to be official information concerning the specifics of what it does; however, a couple posters in some discussion forums have said that it alerts the user to the presence of a virus and that it is responsible for updating the program.

Orange Blossom

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I have a Toshiba Desktop on our 3-computer LAN that I bought used 2 or 3 years ago that has 2000 Server OS. No major problems until last Friday when my wife was online cleaning the webmail on her insightbb.com email account and her computer locked up. I did not know she had some earlier incidents of locking up in either Outlook or the accounting software on this PC. Previously she had a Win98 OS and was used to rebooting if there was a lockup. so this is what she did 2 or 3 times before letting me know there was a problem.

I had been getting error message: Service Control Manger At least one service or driver failed during system startup. Use event manager to examine the event log details. I found the error was 7000, looked on the Microsoft tech support under Q316500 and used the Rms.inf file to install the Removable Storage Manger in the WINNT\system32 folder.

However the machine will NOT startup normally. After restarting from safe mode it reaches LOG ON TO WINDOWS where you enter user and password.
Service Control Manager
At least one service or driver failed during system start up. Use event manager to examine the event log for details. As described above, I thought I had corrected the problem. But obviously have not. Incidently, I am WAY above my head in all this. I ma not an IT guy! Just someone trying to get his wife's home office computer working.

Thank you.

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i have seen it before,

but how do you connect a windows xp computer to server 2003 using remote desktop?
is there a client you need to install or is it just a new connection...

also...i have an IP address of a server at a company...can i just connect to that
via a remote desktop from my computer?

interesting stuff...!


A:remote desktop to a server...

PK-her0 said:

i have seen it before,

but how do you connect a windows xp computer to server 2003 using remote desktop?
is there a client you need to install or is it just a new connection...Click to expand...

Same as you'd do a remote desktop connection from an XP machine to an XP mmachine

PK-her0 said:

also...i have an IP address of a server at a company...can i just connect to that
via a remote desktop from my computer?
interesting stuff...!
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well, you cannot connect to the server in your company using remote desktop unless your machine and the server share the same IP bundle / are in the same domain.
An alternative is that you can use VPN to create a secure connection into your company's network and that should allow you to do a terminal session on the server.
However you will have to talk to your IT team if you want this done.


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Hey, I'm having some trouble with Remote Desktop.

Our server is using windows server 07 R2, remote is enabled, server is on a domain.

I am able to ping, and also view the server's shares (\\servername). but remote desktop isnt working.

Up untill a week ago remote was working, but mysteriously is not working anymore. I tried changing port numbers and also remote using ip and computer name. Tried remote using xp, and 7 and all are comming up cannot reach the server.

Ive also tried, disabling the remote and re-enabling, reinstalling the video driver, asigning a new ip address.

If anyone could lend a hand that would be great, Thanks

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