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Wierd Error when using RDP

Posted on 2011-02-22
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Hello i administer my servers remotelly.
i use RDP to remote to my offsite servers.
i used to have a Windows Xp PC, i recently adquiered a Win7 32Bit computer.
now when i remote to server using the same method i allways had, using their ip
i get the following screenshot

 RDP
Any reason why ?
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Question by:NetLock
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JanStoops earned 500 total points
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Can you try to connect to the server and change in rdp settings > Experience > Uncheck Themes
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by:akhalighi
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hmmm... make sure on remote machines , you selected the option to accept remote connection from any versions of RDP client.
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by:meko72
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The most common reason why this is happening is because you are using a custom VISUAL STYLE with your computer. Set the visual style back to LUNA on XP or CLASSIC and see if the error occurs again. Most likely it will not. Not all visual styles produce this error, but if you want a custom visual style on the remote computer then you will have to find a compatible visual style that works with RDP via trial and error.

Here is a visual Link  http://computerboom.blogspot.com/2008/08/solution-because-of-protocol-error-this.html
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by:ded9
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Disable IPv 6 from your computer and then try to connect. Looks like a protocol error. Use ipv 4.


That should resolve the issue.


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THnaks!!!
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