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Win2K Client unable to do RDP

Posted on 2006-06-16
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I have one Win2K Client....which is unable to do RDP to one particular Server (windows 2000 sp4 terminal server)...client gives following error: "Connectin was ended b'coz of network error".....checked server's RDP setting and permissions.

Same client is able to do RDP to another/different server with identical setting/s on server.

Any idea/suggestions/help pls.?


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what errors do you find on the server logs?
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thanks Jay_Jay70 for pointing to right direction i.e. Server....I was concentrating on client....Server was unable to issue client license....I think now I know what I have to do...Thanks!
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excellent :)
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