Rdp Error Code 3078
as it is set there on one machine that I want to give total access to... One item of note I originally forgot to mention was that the exact same server used to be at the same branch office (same hardware, same router, same network cabling, etc). Do I need to restart the server after the modification? –sabine walker-deemin Sep 28 '09 at 19:17 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Are you sure that the server I mean I just reinstalled windows XP on machine B. his comment is here
Are Elementals and other extraplanar creatures "Alive"? Error Code: 2308 Error Description: Socket closed up vote 4 down vote favorite We restarted our Windows 2003 server R2 last night (09/27) and since that day we can not connect I have tried restaring both PCs.. Having said that you may have already fixed the problem and my comment may even be completely usless, but never the less I feel it has to be said, the GPO
they say to contact the system administrator LOL But I am my own admin. Cheers, Ian. 0 Message Author Comment by:ian-a2004-10-01 Hi, The problem looks to be solved. If the problem continues, contact the owner of the remote computer or your network administrator. But it is undeniably beneficial to fix the problem your own.
June 4th, 2004,13:05 PM #14 p_boucher View Profile View Forum Posts Junior Member Join Date Jun 2004 Posts 1 I may have found it! You can build an exception list at the application level using the windows firewall control panel applet as well. Please try connecting to the remote computer again I keep getting that remote desktop error when I try remoting into my PC from inside my LAN. weird hein!
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Map yourself with TZ Frappr | Booger's Blog May 27th, 2004,17:48 PM #13 Coffee View Profile View Forum Posts Bronze Member Join Date Dec 2003 Posts 190 Well, this is a When the image is approx. Yes, anybody can just re-install the operating system and dont bother about dealing with the real problem. Thursday, July 08, 2010 4:29 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote ello Jason Hollenberg, Thank you for your feedback.
Virtual Memory Too Low Apps like Google Chrome browser consume a lot of RAM during its operation. I don't get the problem here??? Check if the address is correct. I have already tried a terminal services regedit..
For more information about this Issue see the following resources: The connection fails on a Windows Vista-based computer when you try to communicate with another computer through an IPsec tunnel-mode connection this content I think this problem is related to Windows Server 2008 and your routers. Why does my created Amazon IAM user get "We can not find an account with that email address" when trying to log in? Cooking inside a hotel room Drone Racing on moon How could a language that uses a single word extremely often sustain itself?
May 6th, 2004,09:36 AM #7 Big Booger View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Super Moderator Super Moderator Join Date Apr 2002 Location JAPAN Posts 10,941 I am going to try Please try connecting to the remote computer again." Try again to connect to the remote computer. Response: Most likely your clients do not support the FIPS encryption level. http://lebloggeek.com/rdp-error/rdp-error-code-1028.html Either Terminal Services (RDP) server is down, there could be a firewall issue, or there could be a licensing issue that would cause that error.
I changed around some of the VPN settings on both routers (disabled NetBIOS rebroadcast, dead peer detection, and changed key lifetimes to 3600 everywhere) and got it to stay connected this Because of an error in data encryption, this session will end. What you have to learn is that Remote Desktop Connection Manager Error 3078 is normal.
To fix this, you have to reboot the computer after eliminating all possible hardware devices presently connected to it, then open it in safe mode in order to eliminate the recently
The problem I'm finding out a lot at the moment is if there is a slight missconfiguration in the GPO it can cause soo many things to stop working. share|improve this answer answered Oct 15 '09 at 8:59 Tanarri 50624 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Also had this Issue. Remember me ASG-RD Forums › ASG-RD › ASG Remote Desktop Support « Previous 1 ... 15 16 17 18 19 ... 66 Next » visionapp RDP error when trying to connect Friday, July 09, 2010 8:06 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi all, I know this is an old post, but I cannot find an answer to this
I'm ready to rebuild the server and just start over from scratch but I'd like to keep that as a last resort option. To remotely manage Windows 2000 servers from a Windows XP Professional–based computer, use Terminal Services to connect to a Windows 2000–based computer running the Administrators Tools Pack. Hope it helped, I know it helped me (almost changed back to Vista) :D 0 Message Expert Comment by:doeb2008-10-05 I Use Windows XP SP3 and have the same problem but check over here Tell us how we may improve it.
So users are on a 192.168.x.x local net while the server is on it's own wan ip address.