it's in the "sessions" tab (in 2003), called "allow reconnection: from any client" i can't guarantee that's your issue, and "from any client" is the default behavior, but it may have However the fact it was fixed was good enough for me. >> >> >> > >> >> >> >I just hope that this post helps someone else out in the future. But even >> > when I later added my day-to-day account to the administrators group >> > for a short time, it didn't make any difference. >> > >> > However Irish Poetry - Karen O'ConnorGet your Irish Poetry PublishedGarten und Landschaftsbau RE: RDP: Error connecting to existing session klunde (IS/IT--Management) (OP) 19 Jan 07 17:50 Yes, I can log on to his comment is here
Then login as that user again via remote desktop. >> >> >> >At this point I was then able to disconnect and reconnect. The operation completedsuccessfully. 2010/07/07 by wooway djmagicb answered his own question in Experts-Exchange. I just paste a screen shot to show that you need to remove the additional Display Adapters if you get Thanks everybody Go to Solution 12 Comments LVL 18 Overall: Level 18 Windows Server 2003 11 Message Expert Comment by:Andrew Davis2006-12-17 Check is there allready a user logged on to This seems > >to also have fixed the problem with all of the other accounts at the > >same time. > > > >I've no idea why it fixed it or
I'm not sure if any changes had been made to my >> > new system at the point I stopped though. >> > >> > STOPPRESS: I just got the "session We actually had 4 identical spec machines delivered from HP at the same time, and none of these other machines have had any problems with remote desktop. I've recently had a new HP computer at work and after I'd got all of my applications ported across from my old machine to the new one and enabled remote desktop
I'll post an update at > the end of March to let you know which way I had to go. > > Thanks to all for the help and suggestions. > I've no idea why it fixed it or indeed what had broken in the first place. The only thing I can think of that I may have done >> > that the others didn't was I tried to use the "Files and Settings >> > Transfer Wizard". I receive a STOP error when the server has restarted. 0 Message Accepted Solution by:djmagicb2007-04-18 Found the solution.
After that > point remote desktop is then broken until I use the "create new user" > workaround. > > I'll rebuild the system in a few weeks when I have I don't have any handy way to get this looked at that I've thought of, anyway. There is a similar thread and see if it can help you. https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/155844-error-connecting-to-existing-session-in-rdp Being a software developer I like to develop and test the >> applications that I write under normal user conditions.
Were you importing from a Windows 2000 machine? > I've no idea whether the Terminal Services policies would be part of a files > and settings transfer or not. > > Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? Then login as that user again via remote desktop. >> >At this point I was then able to disconnect and reconnect. This is something that it'd be nice to be able to document and get fixed--so if you find that experientially this makes it go away, it'd be nice if you could
Messages sent via email may or may not > >> >> be answered depending on time availability.... > >> >> > >> >> Remote Networking Technology Support Site - > >> You'd be > surprised (or maybe you wouldn't) at the number of issues that can be > covered up when running with administrator privs. > > XP wanted me to create Reasons such as off-topic, duplicates, flames, illegal, vulgar, or students posting their homework. Now I downloaded "UltraVNC-1.0-Setup.exe" from www.uvnc.com, uninstalled the RC203 (reboot) and installed the 1.0 version (reboot).
UltraVNC Discussions about UltraVNC and with the UltraVNC developers Skip to content Advanced search Board index ‹ Open discussion ‹ General help Change font size FAQ Register Login Remote Desktop: "Error http://thesweepdoctor.com/terminal-server/terminal-server-error-193.html This occurred regardless of whether the original >> >> >> >login session was created from the console or remotely, and it >> >> >> >happened for all accounts on the machine The text is in CSV format, so should import quite easily into something like Excel however some of the longer lines may wrap. ----- Start of CSV data ----- System Information Being a software developer I like to develop and test the > applications that I write under normal user conditions.
Are you aComputer / IT professional?Join Tek-Tips Forums! I'd never used it before and in the end I gave up > without (as far as I know) actually importing anything from my old > machine. This occurred regardless of whether the original login session was created from the console or remotely, and it happened for all accounts on the machine that had remote logins enabled.
Power settings can definitely break RD. You should now be able to connect with no errors. Quick Tips content is self-published by the Dell Support Professionals who resolve issues daily. FROM USER: Any work I have open in an existing session is being lost. Right-click the RDP-Tcp listener object beneath the server and select Reset.Note: The next step will abruptly disconnect any users currently connected to the server via RDP.
When the server reboots, use mstsc /admin to attempt to connect to the console session again. Messages sent via email may or may not > >> be answered depending on time availability.... > >> > >> Remote Networking Technology Support Site - > >> http://www.remotenetworktechnology.com > >> Let me say this. http://thesweepdoctor.com/terminal-server/terminal-server-error-997.html Screen becomes dark-grey and it takes much longer as usual before something happenes.
Close this window and log in. I'd never used it before and in the end I gave up without (as far as I know) actually importing anything from my old machine. This seems >>> >to also have fixed the problem with all of the other accounts at the >>> >same time. >>> > >>> >I've no idea why it fixed it or Wednesday, May 02, 2012 7:41 AM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote any updates?Jeff Ren TechNet Community Support beneficial to other community members reading the thread.
The solution was simply to create a new user with full admin rights, login as that user. Connect with top rated Experts 7 Experts available now in Live!