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Windows 7 user cannot login to RDPC Server

Posted on 2011-02-24
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Bit of a strange on this.

We have a user with a new windows 7 laptop that cannot log into our 2008 TS server, the error that keeps happening is a credentials error but he can login fine To our older TS server that runs under W2K.

We have other users that have XP, Vista and windows 7 logging in just fine.

Any ideas..the event viewer reports is as a unknown username or bad password but we know they are correct.



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just one user?
have you checked he is added to the remote desktop users group in AD?
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