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No Access on Terminal Server 2003 after installation

Posted on 2011-09-16
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Hi There

I've installed a Terminal Server on a Windows Server 2003 over the add remove programms tab, restarted the server and since then i can't login to the server.
Can connect to the login mask, but no login is working. Also administrator i not working.
I've checked every group in the AD. Checked if RDP is activated over the registry. Tried to login local. No solution

It's a Standard Edition

Please help me.

Thanks
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Question by:Vollenweider
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by:makyj
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Can you login using the local administrator account rather than a domain account?

Also, have you tried logging on locally using safe mode?
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by:Vollenweider
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Login is not possible. Not with the Local Admin and not with the domain admin.
I didn't tried the safe mode now.
I've tried everything remote but maybe if i go onsite it will work.
Maybe check on monday.
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by:makyj
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Are you trying to log in remotely via rdp or locally virtually?  If you try and log on locally you should get in using local admin account.

Good luck!
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by:Vollenweider
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via remotely via rdp, but local admin is not working :-S

I can connect to the files on the server and start an application that is running on it. But can not log on to the machine.

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by:makyj
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Did you manage to log on to this machine locally?
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Vollenweider earned 0 total points
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The logon locally was possible.
I've uninstalled the TS and now everything is ok.
We've closed this case.
Thanks for the help
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by:Vollenweider
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Machine is on the old storey.
We've closed the case and search for another solution.
No time to spend it with this problem.
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