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RWW's Remote Desktop Connection Different on (XP) Workstations

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I cant figure out why on some workstations I get one Remote Desktop Connection thru RWW and another I is completely different...both going thru RWW.  Both going to the same server.  SBS 2003 R2 Standard.  At first I thought it was the SP3 (on XP Pro) but then i tried it on an SP2 machine and the samething.  I made sure I applied the Remote Desktop patch from Windows Update and still nothing.

Please look at the .PDF file attached...it shows the 2 different ones.

The reason I'm bringing this up is because I cant get most of our printers to work( thru the 2nd Remote Desktop attached) and the 2 different connections just seem fishy.

Any help would be great!
RDP.pdf
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Question by:XChangingIT
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by:Olaf De Ceuster
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RDP Client versions are different. Please update all to latest version.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/925876
Hope that helps,
Olaf
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sorry i forgot all about this one.  

The update was the first thing applied.  Still shows up different from one computer to another.  Print Screen shows what i mean.
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