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Terminal Services error when user logs in, Error: Please wait for the System Event Notification Service

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Not able to fix this problem as every time a user receives this message when they login to terminal services we have to reboot the server to get the app to work again.  I think they have a fix for R2 which this 2008 server is not.
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Hi Govvy, I'm trying to narrow down the answer for non_R2.  It's on a 2008 (enterprise) 2008 sp2 server I don't know if this makes a difference.  Do you have info on this specifically; perhaps I missed the final answer in the thread you gave me.  I don’t see a fix.  There is only a fix for R2. Let me know what you think.   PS.. It looks like most of the thread is about killing the service??
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"I just had to kill the svchost.exe for the same issue.  Had users hung and couldn’t manually kick them off.  As soon as I killed the process their logins went right through." I guess there still isn't a fix??
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Hi Govvy, I wound up being Communicator hanging it up.  Needed to update it.  Thanks for your help.
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It wound up being a specific program.
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