I have a couple Windows Server 2008 64-bit servers. I use a Windows 7 laptop (via Remote Desktop Connection) to remote to them when I'm at the office and a Windows Server 2000 server that I use to remote to them (via Remote Desktop Connection) when I'm out of the office - use Symantec PCAnywhere to get to the Windows Server 2000 server to then be able to access the Windows Server 2008 servers.
1) Instead of doing a terminal session, I'd like to be able to control the server as if I'm at the server itself. I've tried using both the /admin and /console switches on mstsc but this didn't help.
2) If the server is restarted, I can't connect to it. I have to first go to the server and login. After logging in at the server, then I can remotely access it.