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"THE REMOTE GRAPHICS SENDER SERVICE TERMINATED WITH SERVICE-SPECIFIC ERROR INCORRECT FUNCTION"

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We have several Windows 7 PCs that are crashing throughout they day.  The only commonality amongst these crashes is that in the system event log I find the following error message right around the time of the crash.
"THE REMOTE GRAPHICS SENDER SERVICE TERMINATED WITH SERVICE-SPECIFIC ERROR INCORRECT FUNCTION"
However, if I google this error, there is no information available.  Anybody ever seen this exact error?

Thanks!
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Merete earned 500 total points
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Hi, if it's ok I'll just post you some sourced information that may hep you
User Guide go to page 43 through as it covers a lot fo areas
Troubleshooting
Error Messages
http://www.dectrader.com/docs/set5/emr_na-c01185499-1.pdf
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