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I can remote into any desktop without any problem except this new machine. It is Dell XP Operating system. When I tried to remote into this machine, I am able to see the login screen but that is it. The computer I am trying to remote into gets freeze and the screen I see remotely also freezes. I have to go to the machine's site to restart it to be functioned for onsite work. I checked firewall and RDP configurations. Can you please help me? I will provide any information you may need to give any kind of advice.
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by:mail2prabir
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Hi,

i suggest that you change the max MTU on your system and then try.

I suggest  MTU of 1464. The tool that can be used to make the change can be found here:
http://www.dslreports.com/drtcp

revert back with result
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Tried that but nothing changed. Any other ideas?
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try tweaking your rdp settings for lesser resource requirement like reduce the color depth to 15bit, avoid carrying your clipboard, drives, printers etc with RDP sessions and revert back. also intimate the error in event log of the PC where you are connecting to
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thanks for your help. But I needed to disable the NVIDIA driver.  
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