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troubleshooting Question

Only half of the login screen visible when RDP

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Windows Server 2003SBSMicrosoft Server OS
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A sbs 2003 server. The drive C had 0 bytes available space. When I tried a RDP Connection to the server I wasn't able login since only the half of the login window were visible (I presumme that it was the login screen). I noticed that I had some new Administrator profiles underd "Documents and setings". The current profile has only Recyle Bin on the Desktop. I made some free space by comprossing all files on drive C which are older than 365 days (Disk clean utility). After the compession had done hat I rebooted the server and the problem still exists. I don't have a full login window (when connecting via RDP) which would ask for credentials, only the top halw of it is visible.

Any ideas? Please note that I can still login localy. I will drive tomorrow to the site so I can start fixing it.

Thanks, Juha
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