Windows 2008 Server RDP Stopped working

Up until a week or so ago, I was able to RDP into my windows 2008 server for administration, now I cant.
if I try & connect via telnet it wont connect. There are no applications or processes using ports 3389 (see attached). Server has been restarted numerous times nothing changes.
Looked at KB2667402 & KB2621440 but both no valid for this system. Turned firewall off no difference....HELLLLLLLLLLLLLPPPPPPP
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Richard GrayIT & QA ManagerAsked:
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Richard GrayIT & QA ManagerAuthor Commented:
As Ive not had any further responses & the issue still stands I have used a workaround with longon expert & VNC
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Prashant GirennavarCommented:
Can you please let us know what is the error message you are encourting when remoting in?

Is it a problem with only one server? or on Multiple server you are facing this?

Thanks,

_Prashant_
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Richard GrayIT & QA ManagerAuthor Commented:
Only on the one server all other are working fine. The error I get is as per attached
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ABCStoreCommented:
Is "Remote Desktop Services" service running? If not, try starting it manually and check Event log for errors
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Richard GrayIT & QA ManagerAuthor Commented:
All the RDP services are running & there are no errors in the event log
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yamobintoCommented:
Have you tied using the IP address instead of the machine name, could be a DNS issue.
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Richard GrayIT & QA ManagerAuthor Commented:
yep tried that from differnet pcs still the same issue
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Richard GrayIT & QA ManagerAuthor Commented:
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