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SBS 2008 Standard remote access “an internal error has occurred error 2825”

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I have a client with an SBS 2008 Standard system that has been working fine but this AM remote users are getting “an internal error has occurred error 2825” when trying to access computers in the network. I have restarted the all the Terminal Server Services but have not yet rebooted the server since it is the middle of the day and only one external user is affected and currently getting around it by using LogMeIn.  I have searched the web for this error but nothing that I have found corrects the problem.
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yep i had found that and tried it but did not fix.
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Guessing this has to be related to either IIS or DNS. Have you restarted just IIS services? Can you confirm that the remote PC's are getting the proper DNS settings?
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A reboot of the server fixed the issue
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A reboot fixed the issue
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