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why does Sonicwall terminal server agent swtsas require restart?

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Have terminal server agent running on terminal server 2008 hyper-v. Occassionaly, thin clients are not able to connect to the internet, and I have the manually restart the service. Had been running terminal server agent on terminal server 2003 for a couple years with no issues.
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by:bbao
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once it is disconnected from the internet, try running the following commands in a Command Prompt window and please let us know the results.

IPCONFIG /ALL
ROUTE PRINT
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by:cherylbones
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Ok . I ran today while working so I can compare when it's not working. It is very sporatic, so could be awhile before it happens again. What do you suspect?
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by:bbao
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any feedback please?
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So I ended up doing a scheduled restart of Sonicwall sso agent on that terminal server just before working hours every day, and have not noticed issues since.
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by:cherylbones
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This is just a workaround, not really getting to the root cause.
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