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Remote access may refer to the connection to a data-processing system from a remote location, for example through a virtual private network remote desktop software, terminal emulation, or the activation of features of a business telephone system from outside the business's premises.

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We have a client using RDP to connect to the TS last week they reported the RDP connections werent going through,
I attempted to dial on the same way and was booted immediatly.
I have checked RDP prot settings and they are fine, the user is in the allowed RDP users group and we have tested with the firewall off.
No access, I have Teamviewered in.
There is an error message that was displayed to the user
AAD error
This is a terminal server application that is not installed and has no service running and no start up routine, and yet on reboot of the server displays could not connect to AAD server.
If anyone could advise as to how to remove AAD or just force RDP to work I would be greatly appreciative.
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What is the best way in the easiest way to set this up.

They are trying to have the capability to add, modify, I am delete folders and files inside of a network share, but are doing so from the computer not registered to a domain.

The user RDP 's to the Server as an Admin, but the file work is done from local machine
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I need remote access to two computers in my home office for about a month.  I will be traveling with a laptop (Windows 10) and need to remote into the two PCs back in my home location (both of these PCs are Windows 7).  What would be the best method (and most reliable/secure) for me to be able to connect to these two computers.  Your help is appreciated.  Thank you.
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Hi,
Does anyone know why a domain user not able to RDP to machine. I have added the person under group " Remote Desktop Users" on the server itself. Everytime i try to login i get message saying ""to Sign in remotely you need the right to sign  in through RDS etc..."

Unless i make user Local Admin on server, it doesnt work. However i dont want to make them Local admin. Just be able to RDP to server.
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how to configure cisco remote access vpn on cisco packet tracer ??????????????????
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School internet giving trouble and I call Fujitsu who in change or it and they ask for remote login so they can test it on one of our pc in school

How do I set this up and give them the login info etc so they can access my computer easily ?
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We have about five remote users that connect from the field using Remote Desktop to be able to access information in designated folders.

These users need to have the ability copy for transfer the files back to the local machines. How would I set this up.
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Where can I setup a Linksys EA8500 to allow rdp (port 3389) to internal pc through port 8080 ?

Thx.
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Hi Experts,

We have a number of RemoteApps that we licence to clients.

One of our clients cannot connect and they claim our Server is blocking their IP address.
I don't believe we are intentionally blocking any IP addresses.

What log(s) and event text do I need to look for to see connection attempts?

Regards,
Leigh
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So i have mange to setup and install RDP 2012 in quick mode ( running everything from one server) Everything is installed including the cals. But when I have more than one user attempt to log in, it only allows 2 users and not all of my other users.. I am not understanding what I am doing wrong and how to fix it...
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We use Fortinet in our organization. Our typical setup to allow a user to remote in is to install Forticlient on a laptop with remote desktop and then have them connect. We purchased a Chromebook as a test to see if we could use these for people who want to remote in as they're cheaper than a laptop.

However, the issues we're having is setting up the VPN on the Chromebook as we can't use Forinet because it's only available if you're using the management console and have quite a few Chromebooks on your domain.

Has anyone had any success using Chromebooks for a remote access and if so, can you share in detail how you got it to work?

Any help would be GREATLY appreciated.
Thanks
Scott
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Good afternoon

I have a client that has 5 RDP connections. These go to 1 server and 4 individual PC's within the business.
The router has been configured to allow them through using publicipaddress:port (these ports increment by 1 to specify which computer it is going to).

During a recent PCI compliance scan, each of the computers failed as they were using self signed SSL certificates, as well as the router remote access. I need to secure these with SSL certificates from a Certification Authority. My question is as follows:

1. How do you do this easily?
2. Does each computer and the router need it's own SSL certificate purchased from the CA?
3. If I create 1 certificate from a CA using the  public IP address, can this be assigned to each of the devices?
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Hi,

When I connect to VPN by Pulse Secure, as soon as the connection gets established, our local lan gets deactivated. Neither our intranet or internet works. A yellow exclamation sign is visible.  Can you please suggest.
Can you please tell where do I find the option in Pulse Secure to allow local lan.

Thanks
Rakesh
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I am used to removing them through SBS console but I do not know the equivalent using Active directory .
Please advise on step by step ?
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I have a client with a Windows 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services Server (Terminal Server). It has commend to my attention that a user account was compromised allowing an unknown person to gain access the network.

What utility can I use to view hidden accounts, view what accounts that have been given domain admin and or local admin access and discover any root kits or other hidden remote access accounts?

And, what utility can I use to notify and log each time someone logs into the Desktop Services Server or an administrators logs into one of the other servers?
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Hi guys

Could you help me with few settings please? how to setup it etc

-      Only computers with the latest updates can login into our network ? via remote access and vpn  ?
-      Should we disable SMB v1? on all computers?  
-      How to block 139, 445 port on the sonicwall
-      how can I block  HTA extension file from downloading ?

thank you
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I was wondering is there is a way in Windows to restrict access to RDP based on IP address or range.
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Hello All,

I have lost the ability to make remote desktop connections to some of my 2012R2 servers. The firewalls are all "off" and I even took the step of removing Symantec Antivirus from one of the problem machines, but I still have the issue.

error message
This is the error I receive when I try to make RDC connections. I have checked to make sure the remote desktop service is running.

I see that port 3389 is "Listening" when I have done netstat -a

Any help is appreciated.
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I cannot seem to figure out where I allow/disallow local resources mapping (specifically drives) from the HOST side of a 2016 RDP server.  I know how to set it up on the client but my drives are not showing up when I RDP so, I assume it is disallowed on the host and I cannot find where to configure this. I've seen articles that explain where to find it on 2003, 2008 and 2012 but not 2016.

Can someone please provide SPECIFIC directions where I might find this on a 2016 server?
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hi experts,

 I have some users that would like access their office desktop remotely. Best secure and easy way?
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Details:
Cisco ASA 55xx firewall
Anyconnect client: 4.2

Infrastructure. Wired and Wireless

Wireless is on a separate network from LAN all together.  Often people take laptop from desk and connect to the wireless. When they return to their desk, connect to the LAN via docking station , they stay on the VPN. Any way to configure the ASA to tell the Anyconnect client either to:
1) IF on LAN, do not connect.
2) IF connected on VPN, and LAN is detected, disconnect.

Thank you.
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I just reviewed my Symantec log and saw 3 IP entries in the last 24 hours, that were blocked successfully from running harmful code.  Where can I go on the Server, to hard code specific IP addresses from ever connecting to my server?

Thank you for your help.
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I was working remotely from home and my laptop suddenly shut down due to the battery was dead.
When I got the laptop back up, I am unable to login to the VPN as it says  "The credentials provided were invalid"
I had this same incident few months back and I was able to login into VPN after few hours.
BUT this time i tried but it still prompts the same error message.
I believe there must have been some error occurred due to the sudden shut down.
Please share your solution on this problem.
Thank you.
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Hello,

I would like to know the safest way to configure Sonicwall NSA250M on our network to allow a remote website to access our local database server to pull certain information and update its site.

Thanks
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Hello:

We are on GP 2013 R2 (12.00.1920), in an RDS (i.e. "Terminal Server") environment.  So, the end users never access GP through fat clients.

The GP Distributed Process Server (DPS) is saving files for the end users but only to its own box.  For example, an A/P person printed two reports to "File", upon posting checks.

Instead of prompting her for the location of these reports, however, it prompted "me".  (I was logged on to the box of the DPS, so that I could review GP's Process Monitor window.)

How can the DPS be configured in such an environment to allow the users to save the files themselves?  Without this ability, the DPS would need to be constantly monitored on its box, in order for the users to have their files saved and for GP to continue posting and other processes.

Thank you!

John
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Remote Access

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Remote access may refer to the connection to a data-processing system from a remote location, for example through a virtual private network remote desktop software, terminal emulation, or the activation of features of a business telephone system from outside the business's premises.