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Auto Recconect RDP session for Wyse Thin Client running Windows CE 6.0

Posted on 2011-02-24
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I have setup a Wyse C30LE Thin Client  running Windows CE 6.0.

 I have set it up to auto-reconnect, but I have an issue. This box pops up and user has to hit OK for it to reconnect. Is there any way around this? I contacted Wyse and they said no.

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Hi

there are settings for Session Idle Timeout on the Terminal Server side.

Here is some more information on that for MS http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc758177%28WS.10%29.aspx

Possibly the Wyse guys implemented AutoReconnect not correctly, but first ensure the correct Terminal Server Settings.

Will the disconnect etc also happen on a desktop windows PC connected to the terminal server? If so, you have to change the Terminal Server settings.

regards

Josef
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Yes i have set the idle timeout to never. Haven't really tried it from a PC yet.

 Another interesting thing i have going on is the monitor goes black. I checked the thin client and screen saver and monitor timeout is disabled. Would there be anything on the terminal server i should check?
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According to Wyse, they have to click ok for it to reconnect. By design.
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I still would like to know why the monitor goes black. I can still see the mouse cursor.
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