5 x Windows Servers 2008 R2 with Remote Desktop Services reboot at specific times with blue screen.

Hello. We have been dealing with an issue this past week with 5 Windows Server 2008 R2 with Remote Desktop Services. Each affected server has around 25 users connected on it remotely. Every day at around the same time the servers give a blue screen and they restart. They do not restart at exactly the same time but they restart at least once a day either around 13:00 or at around 17:30. We found this post on Microsoft forum which is exactly what we are experiencing

https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/24a6c4b5-b3ac-40a2-8715-ea23ae88d8cb/windows-server-2008-r2-crash-blue-screen?forum=winservergen

We removed the specific patch from one of the servers to see if it resolves the problem but it still restarts with a blue screen.Blue screen before it restarts.Can you please advise what could be causing the issue and how we can troubleshoot it?

Thank you.
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AJKBOCAsked:
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Jonny BTech (CEO)Commented:
Have you tried contacting Microsoft about this BSOD?  If an update caused the problem that might be your best course of action.  Debugging support from Microsoft might be your fastest fix to this issue.   :-(    Unless another user of EE has came across this and has the fix that sadly might be your only chance.
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nobusCommented:
can you post the dmp file?
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AJKBOCAuthor Commented:
We uninstalled the below updates and we will see today if this solves the problem.

KB4088875
KB4088878
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nobusCommented:
what about posting the dmp file?
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AJKBOCAuthor Commented:
We have downloaded the dmp file but maybe it is not necessary to post. It looks like uninstalling the two updates listed previously have resolved the issue.
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nobusCommented:
if you are satisfied - don't forget to close this Q
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AJKBOCAuthor Commented:
Removing the two updates solved the problem.
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