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Cannot remotely connect to the 2003 Terminal Server after malwarebytes and Vipre scan.

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Hello,

First time posting...I cannot  connect to the 2003 Terminal server after a malwarebytes and Vipre scan. All the remote services are running. I disabled RDP-Tcp rebooted then enabled again. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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JerseyGuyIT
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I figured it out. For some reason, out of the three 2003 Terminal Servers...if I enable this particular Server's windows firewall it does not allow anyone to remote into it. ???
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When you did the scan did it find anything that needed to be removed ?
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If firewall is the issue, just need to make sure port 3389 is open, under server 2003 I think there is a tick box to allow remote desktop services
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