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IE Automatically Closes on Load with Windows 2003

Posted on 2006-11-23
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Hello Experts:
I have a Thanksgiving Holiday question for all you experts, one that I am sure is of ease for you, but I have searched high and low and just seem to be missing the solution. So forgive me if it is else where and I have missed it.

I have a Windows 2003 server, and am allowing a few users to connect to it via Terminal Services/RDP. When they connect to it, using anything but administrator, and they open up an Internet Explorer browser it just automatically closes.

Can anyone give me a solution as to why it is closing automatically upon load, and how to stop it? :)

I don't have any third party spyware and popup blockers running on the server.

Thank you for all the help!!!

Shon
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by:Jay_Jay70
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i would start with the logs on this, if its crashing then there should be a record, i take it you want it to load on logon>?
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by:sscottincanyon
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I'm so sorry that I haven't replied, I didn't see the response. I really really appreciate it.

The logs haven't really helped me that much, it really just tells me that it closes.

All I really want is that when a user logs onto their RDP session that they are able to use IE. As of now when they open IE it just automatically closes. I need to know how to fix that :)

Thank you for any help you can provide, and I promise to keep on top of this question!!

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:) how do you have it setup to laod at the moment?
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by:sscottincanyon
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I found a Microsoft help article that worked like a champ. Thank you all who made inquiries :)!!!

Again I appreciate all you experts out there, and all the help you always are so eager to give!!

Shon Scott
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awesome, would you mind sharing the article?
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