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Windows 2003 Terminal Server Problem

Hi Experts,

I've got 2 Windows 2003 x32 Terminal Servers. The licenses are installed on a licensing server also Windows 2003 x32.

Cliënts can connect to one of the terminal servers. When they try to connect to the second server, an error pops-up immediatly. 'Because of a security error, the client could not connect to the Terminal Server'.

I think its not related to the server, because when I install an identical 3th TS, the same error occurs. Even when I try to start an RDP session from another server the error occurs.

Could it have something to do with licensing?

On the internet, this is the most common solution for this problem, but didn't work for me,

http://forums.msterminalservices.org/security-error-client-connect-server-ftopict26816.html

Weird thing is that from my own Windows XP Pro machine, I can start an RDP session succesfully to the terminal server.

Any suggestions would be appreciated!

~Henk~
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Thanks for the comments guys....

I found the problem myself, after hours of troubleshooting. Seems that the terminal server was pointing to an old licensing server also. When I removed the old server, the new licensing server can do its job.

I tried this yesterday, but i forgot to reboot. So a reboot was required to solve the issue.
nice to hear from you everything works now !