Terminal Server Error Message

Posted on 2011-10-13
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
We have an issue that seems to happen randomly and not to specific users. We have setup Server 2008 which has published apps on it, so basically the users launch the apps which creates them a terminal server session (although you guys probably already know that) anyway the error message we randomly get is "The requested operation cannot be completed because the terminal connection is currently busy processing a connect, disconnect, reset or delete operation" the only workaround i've found so far is to kill of winlogon.exe processes on the said server. Does anyone have an easier fix or permanent resolution for this?
Question by:championit
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    From what I have found is that there is not a permanent fix to this problem yet. Make sure you are fully patched

    No finally resolution to this issue but this is a common problem

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