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Remote Connection using mstsc and mstsc /console

I do mstsc and take a remote of a machine and start a application but when i close the remote connection leaving the application running i could see the application closing after 15 to 30 minutes but when i do mstsc /console it was running fine till i close it manually.

I have been using mstsc before and things where running fine like mstsc /console but i have got a new machine where i face the above issue. Any resolution for this.

Thanks in advance
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chuckyh

8/22/2022 - Mon
BrianMilnes

What machines are you running as client and host for the RDP (mstsc) session?
RedEagle_Ward

The non-console session is likely timing out.  I believe that the default  is 10 minutes.
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bucephalus

The machine to which i take a remote is Server 2003 and the machine from where i take remote is a simple desktop means Windows XP.

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bucephalus

@RedEagle_Ward Can you please explain more where i need to check this. I believe i am looking for this solution only
RedEagle_Ward

Are you on Active Directory?
BrianMilnes

Windows 2003 doesn't have a default timeout for a remote session. On the server, run Terminals Services Manager and see what remote sessions are open. It's possible that you are not reconnecting to previous sessions.
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RedEagle_Ward

You can change the value for timeout via Group Policy or directly on the user account.

Open the Active Directory User and Computers
Select the Sessions Tab

Your default settings for the user are there.
RedEagle_Ward

Directly from the Microsoft Website:

This is how to setup the server for remote administration.

Note that Group Policy will override the settings that you put on a user in Active Directory.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc782965.aspx
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RedEagle_Ward

chuckyh - Doesn't that apply only to the connection.  I don't believe that will persist with the user in subsequent sessions.

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chuckyh

It applies to each user that logs in. What do you mean subsequent sessions?