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unable to connect to win 2008 std server remote desktop

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I am using  hamchi to connect to my windows 2008 server. But I am not able to connect to the server. It is giving as error unbalb eto connect to remote desktop please contact system administrator. But locally I can connect to remote desktop. I tried to telnet to port 3389 using hammich IP it is connecting but unable to connect to remote dektop. I am using windows 2008 std . This server I am using as a active directory and database server.
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What protocol does hamchi use? I don't think it uses 3389.
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I down graded to windows 2003 and it is working fine.
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No other stable workaround
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