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Terminal Server 2003 audio muted problem

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I have exact same issue like in this post

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Visual_Basic/VB_Script/Q_23214209.html?sfQueryTermInfo=1+10+30+audio+mute+server+termin

I applied the same changes and rebooted the server but the audio is still not working

what else can I try?

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This is based on Server 2008, but I think 2003 is the same or at least similar. Under administrative Tools select "Terminal services configuration" (if it isn't available you should also get there using mmc and then adding the snapin). Then select the RDP-Tcp connection and right click on it's properties. Under "Client Settings" make sure that under redirection "Audio" isn't disabled. Then close this again and make sure that your "Windows Audio" service is enabled and set to Automatic, and running.
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