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  • Unable to connect to RDP after rebooting Windows 2k3

    Hi,

    This is my first post. Here is my issue. Over the past year I have had several servers that I am not ablet remote to after a reboot. I need to reboot a 2nd time be for I can connect. The services on the server are running and I am able to ping it. If I connect a monitor, mouse and keyboard and it was working ok. Has anyone seen this.

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    Re: Unable to connect to RDP after rebooting Windows 2k3

    I've seen this before. Sometime just browsing to the servers seems to fix it.

    i.e. \\serververname

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    • #3
      Re: Unable to connect to RDP after rebooting Windows 2k3

      I was able to use the unc but still not able to RDP.

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      • #4
        Re: Unable to connect to RDP after rebooting Windows 2k3

        If this happens after installing new Updates, Logon to the Server locally and that should fix this known issue.
        1 1 was a racehorse.
        2 2 was 1 2.
        1 1 1 1 race 1 day,
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        • #5
          Re: Unable to connect to RDP after rebooting Windows 2k3

          Hi,

          Are you facing this issue on only windows server 2003 with SP2 installed in it?

          If yes then there are couple of steps you need to follow in. Let me know if this is true.

          For an work around you may try to recreate an new RDP connection by going to Terminal Services Configuration management.

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          • #6
            Re: Unable to connect to RDP after rebooting Windows 2k3

            You can also query or reset the server's terminal sessions using qwinsta and rwinsta commands.

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