There is a bug in macOS 10.14.0 and 10.14.1 that can cause the ".com.microsoft.rdc.application-data_SUPPORT/_EXTERNAL_DATA" folder (nested deep inside the ~/Library folder) to consume a large amount of disk space. To resolve this issue, delete the folder content and upgrade to macOS 10.14.2. Note that a side-effect of deleting the folder contents is that snapshot images assigned to bookmarks will be deleted. These images will be regenerated when reconnecting to the remote PC.
The Terminal Server system event log was showing the following two errors, 36874 and 36888. The first one contained the best details and said: "An TLS 1.0 connection request was received from a remote client application, but none of the cipher suites supported by the client application are supported by the server. The SSL connection request has failed." Upon searching the internet for that, I found this page which described the legacy key problem: -US/sqlreportingservices/thread/3a2d2eec-000d-432a-abd7-6b965268c671
So, my solution most familiar to me was to use IIS and create the SSL certificate request, process that with my 3rd party CA, export the certificate with private key and then import that certificate into all of my terminal servers. Then using the session host configuration tool, pick the new certificate and the problem was now solved.
I just reinstalled my test Windows 2012 server to R2, no upgrade but clean install. The box is not a terminal server, I just need RDC for administration. Plain W2012 worked out of the box but R2 doesn't. The server is a stand-alone (not in any domain) in both cases, same hardware, minimal configuration. Mac RDC is set up to connect even if the authentication fails, but no.
Hi friends, it must be pretty annoying if the remote access tools freeze. For the Remote Desktop freezes, I consider it may be caused by the bug or the RDP protocol has lost some of its resilience to packets. So, you can unfreeze it by running Command Line reg add "HKLM\software\policies\microsoft\windows nt\Terminal Services\Client" /v fClientDisableUDP /d 1 /t REG_DWORD
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7. You should now be successfully logged on to a terminal server, and your screen should look similar to the one below. If you are having logon problems after following the above instructions, please see our troubleshooting suggestions below.
A: Costs involved would depend on the number of Mac users needing to access MYOB Exo as this would determine the specifications required for the terminal server but also the Microsoft Office licenses required.
First, I need to understand the licensing. Since this is going to be a terminal server with potentially multiple users logging in at the same time, do we need to have license for each user connecting? Does NVivo licensing support this terminal server model?
Secondly, the recommended system requirements suggests to have at least a 3.0 GHz quad-core processor and 8 GB of RAM. How should we size the machine in the terminal server environment? With multiple users (potentially 20-30) using it at the same time, how much more computing resources should we allocate to accommodate the needs? Is there a formula that we should be following based on the number of users? What would you recommend for 20-30 users?
Workstations and terminals (thin clients) communicate with the remote desktops (terminal servers or VDI) via the Citrix protocol ICA, via the Microsoft protocol RDP (with Citrix XenApp/Xen Desktop or Microsoft Terminal Services/Remote Desktop Session Hosts) or via the VMware VDI protocol PCoIP. With ThinPrint, though, they are able to print via TCP/IP in either case. The print jobs are then sent directly to the client computer or network printer, circumventing the remote desktop session (separation of the data streams). This improves performance during printing, since available bandwidth can be utilized better.
rdesktop is an open source UNIX client for connecting to Windows Remote Desktop Services, capable of natively speaking Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) in order to present the user's Windows desktop. rdesktop is known to work with Windows server versions ranging from NT 4 terminal server to Windows Server 2016.
CS Department Windows 10 office workstations and the CS Remote DesktopServer can be accessed remotely using the Windows Remote Desktopservice. For security reasons, access from outside the Computer Sciencesnetwork also requires use of the Department VPN. Please notethat instructional Windows 10 workstations cannot be accessed via RemoteDesktop You must use the rd.cs.wisc.edu or instrd.cs.wisc.eduterminal server instead. 2b1af7f3a8