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Remote Desktop Hangs On Logoff


When trying to logoff from a remote desktop session to any host (vista, 2008 server, 2003 server, xp), the remote desktop window hangs - the rdp window stays open and the screen is stuck at the 'logging off' message or a blank black window is displayed. You have to end task the session in task manager to close the window.

Yes, my rdp session does log me out. We've seen this behavior on both windows 7 and vista (both are x64). The av version we're using is sep mr5. We have local admin rights on our workstations. Windows firewall is enabled. Ll windows updates are up-to-date. Disabling and re-enabling 3rd party startup items didn't solve it. Also, these are on lenovo thinkpad notebooks.


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Logging Off Hangs / Logoff Issue

I have upgraded my dell e1505 laptop from vista to windows 7 home premium. Everything seems to work except when i try to shut down the system, when the system reaches logging off state, it remains in that state indefinitely. At this time i have to force down shutdown by pushing the laptop on/off button. In the next bring up, the windows complains that the system did not shutdown properly.

I have turned off all start-up program (from msconfig) and problem is still there. I have created a new user with a new profile, and the same thing applies. The shutdown works only if i start up the system in safe mode, and the shut down. Otherwise, the logging off message hangs. Any idea?


Posted On: 2010-01-31 . View Related Posts . . View 2 Replies .

Document Hangs In Printer Queue From Remote Machine

I have a homegroup with 2 computers running windows 7 x64. On the primary i have an hp color laser 1600 connected via usb. I can share files fine. Printer show up fine. The network is working fine. I print a document from the secondary computer and it shows up in the printer queue on the primary computer and says its printing but its not printing. I can't pause, resume or cancel the job. If i then print a document from the primary computer it goes into the queue but it can't print because the first job (from the secondary machine) hasn't finished printing.

When i reboot the primary matching both jobs print before i log on to windows. The file is getting sent to the primary but won't print until i reboot. All sharing is turned on. I've checked all the settings listed in other posts and nothing helps. I can print from the primary machine with no problem as long as there isn't a job in the queue from the secondary machine.


Posted On: 2010-01-22 . View Related Posts . . View 5 Replies .

Remote Desktop

My computer at home is running windows 7 rc beta and all of a sudden it will no longer allow me to login using remote desktop connection. My isp has changed my ip address, which i do have the current one, but it will not allow me to connect. The ip address was changed due to a problem with the router and the router had to be reset to the default settings.

I've also had someone check my user status at home and i am a member of the remote desktop users group and my username does have a password. The network name is different now that the router was reset to the default settings and my computer at home can connect to the internet with no problems. Can anyone help me resolve this issue? Or any ideas of what is blocking my remote desktop connection.


Posted On: 2010-02-18 . View Related Posts . . View 3 Replies .

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I set up a new computer with windows server 2008 and workstation windows 7 professional. The server has been in place. There are other windows 7 workstations allowing remote desktop. I have configured all the settings. I have allowed the computer to be accessed - allow access from computers running any version of remote desktop. I am using another port besides the default 3389.

I have changed the settings in the registry. I have created a rule in the firewall for a port - using port 3390. We are using other ports with the same ip address and they are working fine. I get the error that this computer cant connect to the remote computer. I even disable the firewall. I went to the site www.Canyouseeme.org. It shows the port is open and not blocked by my isp provider. What is left to check? I have matched the configuration with the other windows 7 workstation.


Posted On: 2010-06-17 . View Related Posts . . View 3 Replies .

Remote Desktop Cannot Connect

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Posted On: 2010-04-13 . View Related Posts . . View 2 Replies .

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Posted On: 2010-01-10 . View Related Posts . . View 3 Replies .

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I do not want to install a third party vnc on these servers as there are hundreds of them out in the field and it would take nearly forever to install new software on all of them not to mention needing to have another pc running windows xp to get in to the desktop just to do this. Long story short what do i have to do to connect to net-meeting running on windows nte server from a windows 7 ultimate x64 machine?P. S. This is a lan connection on a private lan not a internet connection and not a dial-up connection.


Posted On: 2010-06-20 . View Related Posts . . View 4 Replies .

Remote Desktop Connection Fails

I am running windows 7rc 64-bit with 2 monitors. I want to see the desktop of my windows xp pro on 2nd monitor. When i start remote desktop connect and input the xp ip, i get the remote screen with a log on box. It will not take the log on info. It says " system could not log you on. Make sure user name and domain are correct, then type password again". I'm not on a domain just a work-group. The user and password are the same on both computers. I can go through network and move files between computers. Remote desktop is enabled and works from another xp computer to my target xp computer, just not from windows 7 computer.

Posted On: 2010-01-03 . View Related Posts . . View 4 Replies .

Home Premium Remote Desktop

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Posted On: 2010-06-06 . View Related Posts . . View 5 Replies .

Remote Desktop Freezes System

Windows 7(64 bit) pro.connect to the pc via remote desktop, and conduct a session. When the session is over, terminate the session. Then go back to the windows 7 machine and try to log in. The pc takes the password and looks like it wants to bring up the desktop, but freezes on the screen. The mouse cursor isn't visible. 3 fingered salute doesn't do anything. The only thing that works is a reset or power down. It doesn't matter if the client is win xp pro or win 7(64 bit).

The machine has 6 gb of memory. Ati radeon 4650 graphincs card, asus p7p55d motherboard. I have installed the latest driver for the graphics card. Nothing in the event viewer that looks like it is related.

Any ideas?


Posted On: 2010-03-26 . View Related Posts . . View 2 Replies .

Remote Desktop Reconnecting Issue

When i connect to my windows 7 computer via rd i can connect, however, if my connection is broken and i attempt to reconnect it allows me to authenticate, but does not log me into my computer and continually says "working. " In addition, when i go to my physical pc, after the aforementioned happened, i cannot log on to my computer and must power-cycle my computer to get back into the system.

Please note that even if i disconnect from my rdp connection to my windows 7 pro computer, allowing the applications to keep running and staying logged into my computer, when i go to the console of my windows 7 pro computer, it allows me to enter my credentials at the login screen, however it does not log me into my computer and continually says "working. " And once again i must power-cycle my windows 7 pro computer to successfully log on.


Posted On: 2010-02-27 . View Related Posts . . View 3 Replies .

Login Hang After Remote Desktop

I'm seeing a strange hang with using my new windows 7 ultimate (64-bit) machine together with remote desktop. The steps i'm going through are the following:

1.configured the win7 machine to enable remote desktop.

2.connect to the win7 machine using remote desktop from my xp machine (same subnet). At this point, everything is working fine and i can operate the win7 machine correctly from the xp machine.

3. Disconnect from the win7 machine by selecting "disconnect" from the start menu. This closes down remote desktop on the xp machine.

4. Try to reconnect to the win7 machine using remote desktop or
5. Try to log in on the console of the win7 machine.

Neither 4 nor 5 work if i have ever connected to the machine using remote desktop. For #4, remote desktop hangs for a little while and then disappears, as if it's connection was established and then dropped. No error appears. For #5, the console just sits at the "welcome" page with the little spinning busy icon, as if it is hung trying to load setting prior to displaying the desktop.

In either case, the only option to regain access to the machine appears to be to power off the system (losing data). The system is otherwise completely unresponsive. I don't see any of this instability if i don't use remote desktop.connecting on console normally otherwise always works. Any ideas for how to resolve this, or if (when) a hotfix is going to be available?


Posted On: 2010-02-01 . View Related Posts . . View 3 Replies .

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Ok rdc is not working in very specific instances. To describe the situation, i have a home computer (comp a (win7 x64 ult)), two laptops (comp b (win7 x64 home p) and c (win7 x64 ult), and a work computer (comp d (winxp 32 pro)).

Rdcing from d to a over inet, never a problem.
From c to a over inet, no problems.
Comp b to a only works on lan, inet does not work.

From the connection i'm on currently, i can log into the router and can see that 3389 is forwarded. I can see that through the router that the computer is connected, and with computer c i could connect just fine. I am away from home now, but when i try firewall is off on comp b, so i know it's not that. Note, i am not anywhere near comp a and comp c is no longer available, so i can't change settings on it. On lan comp b connects to a just fine, it just seems that over inet that it doesn't connect. I am all out of ideas, can somebody help?


Posted On: 2010-03-20 . View Related Posts . . View 5 Replies .

Multiple Monitor Remote Desktop

I'm using startech's usb2vga2 adapter to connect a second external monitor to my laptop. With the laptop closed (the laptop makes the external monitor connected through the vga port the primary display), i have two monitors of the same resolution connected: one through the vga port, and the other through the usb adapter.

The thing is that the adapter uses its own software, so windows doesn't seem to know there is an extra monitor-it doesn't show up in the screen resolution control panel. This wouldn't be a problem except that i would like to use the multiple monitor feature of remote desktop. Is there any way i can get windows to recognize a monitor connected through the usb port?


Posted On: 2010-05-11 . View Related Posts . . View 3 Replies .

Remote Desktop Failing With Vpn

Office = sonicwall 4060 pro
Home = windows 7 enterprise
Home = windows xp enterprise

I am using the latest sonicwall vpn client on both machines. I connect connect to the vpn with the xp machine. On the windows 7 machine i connect to the vpn but cannot connect with rdp, vnc or dameware. I have shut down the firewall and still cannot use rdp, vnc or dameware. I have enabled the firewall and allowed rdp. No dice. I have compared the vpn logs between xp and 7 and see no issues. On the xp machine when i log into the vpn my internet is disabled which is standard. On the 7 machine internet is still enabled.

I have uninstalled and ran the cleanup tool for the vpn. I did notice in device manger when i show hidden devices i don't see the sonicwall ipsec driver. I did a netstat - an an port 3389 is listening. I have to believe the problem is win 7 and not the vpn client. I cannot connect just fine with xp and this is running them side by side. I am at a loss. I have even done a clean install of win 7.


Posted On: 2010-01-10 . View Related Posts . . View 2 Replies .

Allow More Than Two Users To Remote Desktop To A Machine

My team at work needs to be able to allow more than two users to remote desktop to machines (running windows 7, windows 2008 server, and/or windows 2003 server). How do we change the settings to allow this?

Posted On: 2010-06-30 . View Related Posts . . View 4 Replies .

Remote Desktop Revocation List Error

I have an issue i have no clue how to fix it. I have been discussing this on the 2008 r2 foruns, but maybe this is a client side issue. But focusing on the issue. From all my w7 machines (ultimate and professional) i get certificates revocation list errors that prevent my to use my remoteapps. (The error just prevents me to continue). From my vista clients (rdp 6. 1) everything works just fine. My setting is:2008 r2 (dc, ca, dns, iis, dchp, hyper-v, rras) several windows 7 ultimate & professional 32bit, 64 bit not in the domain.

Created certificates on the server with alternative names (that match the public dns names) and configured the cdp and aia on the ca management to use http. For troubleshooting i disabled the ldap entries on cdp and aia (just to eliminate causes), created new certs, and configured all the relevant services to use them. When issuing "certutil –verify –urlfetch corp. Cer" i have the confirmation that the revocation urls are fine.

Additionally i tried it on a unix machine through wget utility on a different subnet (paranoid) and was able to download the crl files correctly. This iis is available on the internet, there is no doubt and the files can be downloaded (see extract for one of the files fetch and the certutil results).

Certutil: - verify command completed successfully. I am out of ideas! I read through tons of documents (both on technet and outside) and this seems to be a some what common problem to many using 2008 r2 and w7. S far as i know everything is correctly configured and the crl are available. Before you ask, the ca root certificate is on the trusted root certificates of the computer and not the user. I starting to feel this is an os w7 bug; not sure.


Posted On: 2010-07-06 . View Related Posts . . View 6 Replies .

Remote Desktop Full Screen Problem

I have been using win 7 since a couple of months now and the user experience is great !

Upgraded remote desktop software is great but with one very annoying issue that i am facing.
I use this to acces my pc on my home lan. I once exited its full screen mode as i needed windowed mode to work, but since then i have not been able to get back to full screen mode. I have tried to restart remote sessions, resart both pcs, delete credentials but to vain.

Kindly help to resolve the issue as it is very annoying to use remote session in windowed mode, navigating up and down each time to access the task bar and address bar !


Posted On: 2010-02-09 . View Related Posts . . View 3 Replies .

Remote Desktop Not Working - Code 1104

I upgraded to windows 7 ultimate x64 and my remote desktop worked for a week and a half and then it stopped working and gives the following error immediately when you try to use remote desktop:"because of a protocol error detected at the client (code 0x1104). " - It says some more, but thats the important part. Why do i get this and what do i have to do to fix it? If i did a repair with my upgrade dvd, do i need to contact microsoft and tell them what happened so i can re-activate that key or anything? Will that upgrade dvd work more than once?

Posted On: 2010-08-06 . View Related Posts . . View 2 Replies .

Remote Desktop Issue With Win 7 Version

I just upgraded my home pc to windows 7 home premium. I was told that this version could do remote desktop without issue. I've now come to find out that it can only make a remote connection and not receive one. All i need this system to do is receive. I need to upgrade my laptop from xp to windows 7 and i only need that to be able to make a remote connection. My question is can i purchase an upgrade to windows 7 professional. Upgrade my pc from windows 7 home to professional then use the windows 7 home that i already purchased and put that on my laptop without compromising any licensing?

Posted On: 2010-02-18 . View Related Posts . . View 2 Replies .

Remote Desktop Connection Randomly Freezes

My new dell xps 8100 with win 7 64-bit: rdp randomly freezes when connected to my work pc which has win 7 32-bit. I had win 7 32-bit on my old pc and never had a problem. Now the new pc randomly freezes during the rdp session. I say random because it will freeze during every session but it may be a few seconds or a few minutes before it freezes. If i wait for approx 3 minutes, it will unfreeze for a random length of time before freezing again. Any suggestions?

Posted On: 2010-03-12 . View Related Posts . . View 3 Replies .

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I connect to my work windows 7 pro desktop via a vpn from my home. At home, i have a windows 7 desktop that's running vmware workstation, and use a virtual machine (vm) running windows 7 pro in vmware workstation to connect to work via the vpn. The effect of this is that just the vm i'm using is on the work vpn. What i'm trying to accomplish is to prevent the remote desktop client that i'm using at home from having to repaint wallpaper over the vpn all the time. So i've used gpedit. Msc to enable "enforce suppression of remote desktop wallpaper" on my desktop system at work, and desktop background is also turned off in my remote desktop client at home.

This works when i first remotely log into work, i get a black background, which i'm hoping is the absence of wallpaper *smile*. However, i use a virtual desktop manager on my work desktop named "virtual dimension". This allows me to have several logically separate desktop spaces, and to switch between them. As soon as i switch to another desktop from the initial desktop that i got on remote login, the wallpaper is back.

And, in fact, when i switch back to the original desktop that i logged into that had no wallpaper, the wallpaper is back there, too. So, as long as i use virtual dimension, apparently there is no obvious way to get away from waiting for wallpaper to get repainted over the vpn. Are there any ideas about what i could do about this, fixes, workarounds, etc. ?

I don't know why i get wallpaper in the other virtual desktops, they're still being used via the remote desktop client connection, so my window 7 desktop system at work that is hosting the remote session should know that and not send wallpaper. Somehow my work windows desktop system seems to be losing track that it is talking to a remote session?


Posted On: 2010-08-20 . View Related Posts . . View 3 Replies .

Remote Desktop Printing Between Xp / Win7 X64

I'm trying to access my work machine from 2 different locations. The work machine runs win 7 pro x64. I setup remote desktop hosting on it. When i access the work machine from another win 7 pro x64 machine, everything works fine, including local printing (to the printer next to me), as it should. But when i access the work machine from a win xp pro machine, i can't print. My local printer (attached to the xp pro box, next to me) doesn't appear in the list of available printers when i'm logged into the work machine. (Yet i can print locally on the win xp pro machine just fine. ) Fwiw, the printer is a canon mp830.

How do i get printing working? Do i need to install a driver? On which machine? And do i install the x86 or x64 version of the driver? (I don't think it's even possible to install the x64 driver on the win xp machine, since it's a 32 bit version of windows. )


Posted On: 2010-03-30 . View Related Posts . . View 2 Replies .

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If they answer the prompt to logoff the other user, the rd user is logged out. The person doing the booting is only a user. This is proving frustrating when i rd to a computer to try to resolve an issue just to find some user booting me out after 20 minutes. Is there some way to prevent a simple user from booting an admin from a remote desktop connection?


Posted On: 2010-07-08 . View Related Posts . . View 4 Replies .

Remote Desktop Losses Connection After Connects

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Posted On: 2010-05-24 . View Related Posts . . View 2 Replies .

Ati Graphics Warning After Remote Desktop Session

From time to time, i am getting the following wanning message: "the catalyst control center is not supported by the driver version of your enabled graphic card . Please update your ati graphics driver, or enable your ati adapter using display manager" few things to note:i believe i am getting those messages only after doing remote desktop session of the pc although cannot say that with 100% level of confidence. Am fairly sure those problems started after installing the new sync beta and enable remote desktop of sync. I think it installed some new drivers. Ideas?   

Posted On: 2010-08-22 . View Related Posts . . View 2 Replies .

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I am trying to rdp into my office laptop via remote desktop. I can easily rdp when i'm on the same office network but when it comes to using different networks it won't work. Port forwarding is set up on the office router- for the ip address of the laptop at work i'm trying to access from home. I have tried putting the public ip address of the office network followed by the port number in the remote desktop box. This does not work. I have then tried inputting the private ip address of the laptop i'm attempting to remotely access, followed by a colon and then the port number. This still does not work. Ny suggestions?

Posted On: 2010-08-25 . View Related Posts . . View 10 Replies .

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Posted On: 2010-03-16 . View Related Posts . . View 3 Replies .

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Posted On: 2010-08-19 . View Related Posts . . View 11 Replies .