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Hello I get a error when I try to logon to the terminal services box. everyone els eis working fine, but when I try to log on it says that there is not enough resources for me to log on? what do i do?
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what is the exact err masage that you get ?
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have you checked the usage on the server, it probably needs a reboot
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