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Ok this one is weird. I setup a new terminal server on Server 2008. We have 3 total, all VM's under hyperV. The other 2 are working fine, however this one is behaving very odd. From my station I can connect to it using the /admin and also a second regular RDP using a normal domain user. In TS manager I see both connections all seems well. Can also ping just fine.

Now when I go to a different workstation, I cannot connect to the server at all. Nor can I ping it. My gut instinct is a firewall issue, so the first thing I did was go into advanced firewall, and disable all 3 profiles (domain, private,public). Still can't ping or connect, but I can just fine from mine. No AV/Firewall software on the server or clients that I'm testing from.

The VM's are  using the same network team, and the same network settings (less different IP of course).

Anythoughts?
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DOH, was the subnet mask. We recently when to a 255.255.254.0 and I set  this to 255.255.255.0 by habit. My PC is static in the first subnet, the others are not, thus the failed communication.
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