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Windows Vista gets lost in some time. I have a Vista Ultimate machine which we connect remotely. When i connect in couple of hrs again it does not ping and denies RDP.

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Hi,

Windows Vista gets lost in some time. I have a Vista Ultimate machine which we connect remotely. When i connect in couple of hrs again it does not ping and denies RDP.

But the machine is ON.
When a engineer on the remote site loggs in it starts pining.

What could the problem be?

Regards
Sharath
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you mean you cannot connect remotely when nobody is logged in on site???
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by:dblake15
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Is it going into sleep mode and shutting off the NIC??  Then when the engineer logs on locally it comes back??  Maybe check that under the power settings.
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which operating system and RDP you are using from your side to connect to vista ultimate?
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by:bsharath
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I am trying to connect from XP and Win 2003
I dont know what could the problem be...
Yes when a user loggs into the machine i am able to ping and then log him off to connect
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i think there is an issue on this matter cause of some changes in remote login procedure in Vista... similar question was posted on this forum as well...

http://forums.microsoft.com/TechNet/showpost.aspx?postid=3488841&siteid=17

also check

http://content.techrepublic.com.com/2346-1035_11-61469-1.html
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