On a Windows server 2003 domain, I regularly remote desktop into client workstations to resolve issues, etc.
There is one specific machine I am not able to access from the server. Although the machine is on, connected to the network and Remote Desktop is enabled, attempting to RDP in from the server results in a "Client could not connect to the remote computer" message. I suspected a GP issue, either with the user on that machine or the computer itself, so I attempted to run the RSOP wizard. Running the RSOP (Logging) wizard for that user, I browsed for and selected the problem computer. After clicking next, the wizard responds that it could not connect to the computer because the RPC server is not available. The RPC service is running on the computer. Is this message indicating some other issue with RPC?