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I have 2 2008 standard servers that I remote into. They are our print servers, and every now and then I need to clean a print queue. Usually I use the server manager and expand the features then drill down to the printer I need to see. however, recently when I go to the server manager, and click on the feature, it doesn't expand. other people I work with don't have this problem. it is happening on both of our print servers.
So is there a remote desktop connection profile that is created for me when I log into a remote computer? I ask because this problem seems to only be affecting me.
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Yes - just as with any computer, you will have a profile - normally in the C:\Users folder
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In the server manager, as you, please click File then Options then "Delete Files"

That should clear out your settings for server manager, and make things expand again the next time you open it.
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thank you.
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