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Remote desktop tot working on windows server 2003 64 bit SP2

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Hi,

I have a windows server 2003 64 bit sp2 is working normally but i cannot rdp to  it , although the remote desktop is enabled and I can telnet the server with port 3389

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Are you in the Local Remote Desktop Users group?
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Yes
I'm in the domain admin group and I also tried with the administrator account but with no luck
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If you run netstat -a -b on the server does it show port 3389 is open?
I'm guessing it does if you can telnet to it.
I don't know what else it could be unless there's a firewall or router blocking it.
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I can telnet with port 3389 but when i run the netstat -a -b the port 3389 doesn't show

Any help ?
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Is the "Terminal Services" service running?
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yes , the "Terminal Services" service is running but when i right click on it ,the option to start stop resume pause restart are all grayed
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I think that's normal, mine's the same way.
I don't know of anything else that would cause this problem, sorry.
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Could be something wrong in the registry, I have an XP system that does the same thing after resetting the registry permissions.  Use VNC
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use vnc
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