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I have Windows 2000 Server with TS installed - Remote Administration.
When I shut down and restart Server - Remote computers are connected fine for few mint. Once the disconnected and tried to reconnected after some period of time. It give a message - The client could not establish a connection to the remote computer.
Event ID: 55
Description: Attempt to send a message to a disconnected communication port.


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The assumption is that a hotfix or service pack has been applied since the last time it functioned properly.
Remove and re-install Terminal Services and you should be just fine.
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after restart - its connected once using administrator - once log off and try to connect again it give me the above error message. I have SBS 2000.
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This is an issue that happens typically after an update; however, the ultimate fix usually seems to be removing and re-installing Terminal Services.
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Interested.
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