tsping-LisaTS.txt 0 LVL 116 Overall: Level 116 VMware 109 Windows Server 2008 35 Remote Access 6 Message Active today Expert Comment by:Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE)2013-11-19 so they access same RDP from user profile from terminal server 2. Any updates to your AV software? asked 1 year ago viewed 5120 times active 1 year ago Blog Stack Overflow Podcast #92 - The Guerilla Guide to Interviewing Related 2Lync & Remote Desktop Connections1Can't get Remote Desktop navigate here
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SUBSCRIBE Join & Write a Comment Already a member? Well, the error isn't exactly helpful. please share the output 0 Message Active 1 day ago Author Comment by:sglee2013-11-11 @piyushranusri "are these user are from different geographical region or based on the city..i am pointing to Did I participate in the recent DDOS attacks?
does it only do it when this application is being used? 0 Message Active 1 day ago Author Comment by:sglee2013-11-11 "does it only do it when this application is being Monday, March 08, 2010 4:57 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I'm having the identical issue. In that case, you'll need to find out what else may be using the port assigned to RDP (i.e. 443 in my example) on your server. Rdp Protocol Error 0x1104 share|improve this answer answered Jul 14 '15 at 12:07 Ondřej Šotek 634416 this can also be done remotely if you have the appropriate rights via Sysinternals psshutdown –Peter Kirschner
so that you know. Remote Desktop Protocol Error 0x112f Reverse puzzling. Major bummer to not be able to access my pine64 (raspberry pi competitor) from my android phone. remote-desktop windows-server-2012 share|improve this question asked Jul 14 '15 at 9:07 Ondřej Šotek 634416 add a comment| 1 Answer 1 active oldest votes up vote 3 down vote accepted Server restart
From Start / Run enter: cmd - From the command prompt enter: netstat -ano 1 netstat -ano - Look for PID which indicates usage of the port 443: - Mark down Because Of A Protocol Error This Session Will Be Disconnected Windows 10 But do people dislike linking to the library in sub directory? share|improve this answer answered Nov 12 '10 at 9:57 user48838 7,18721114 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign Thanks!
Jay andresignacio commented Oct 5, 2015 Hi Jay, I'm really grateful you guys are continuing development of xrdp. Not the answer you're looking for? Because Of A Protocol Error This Session Will Be Disconnected Windows 7 Are there currently any known errors?Thanks,Brendan -Brendan about 9 months ago Sjoerd van den BergPosts: 268 Yes, I have the same thing. Because Of A Protocol Error Detected At The Client (code 0x1104) This Session Will Be Disconnected Thanks. 0 Message Active 1 day ago Author Comment by:sglee2013-11-18 Pingplotter is not "Free"? 0 LVL 116 Overall: Level 116 VMware 109 Windows Server 2008 35 Remote Access 6
kowalski7cc commented Jan 13, 2016 I would be also interested about this issue, it would be great il i coud use the app on my phone or from my windows tablet... http://supercgis.com/protocol-error/remote-desktop-services-protocol-error.html NEW EBOOK! WaldoPepper commented Jan 14, 2016 The range of RDP clients affected from this issue broadened a bit: the Chrome RDP client throws the above mentioned error on me, making my Chromebook No user reported "disconnect" issue today yet. Because Of A Protocol Error The Client Could Not Connect To The Remote Computer
BTW what is SLA? 0 LVL 116 Overall: Level 116 VMware 109 Windows Server 2008 35 Remote Access 6 Message Active today Expert Comment by:Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE jsorg71 commented Jun 5, 2015 This also need to be fixed for RemoteFX and windows client(MSTSC). One thing that I did a few weeks ago was to set up another Virtual Machine (on VMWare box) to run Norton End Point Protection Management Center. his comment is here Checkout develop branch and run with noorders branch.
When I took over this customer account, TS1 was already there. Because Of A Protocol Error This Session Will Be Disconnected Server 2008 R2 Please wait a moment for Debian distros. I don't have a template. (2) Was the TS server created the same way orginally ---> I assum so.
I'm not sure about the standard library style but I like current librfxcodec or libxrdp style is easy for me to package. They said that they can usually get right back to TS. Until yesterday, connection was working fine with no error, no server changes. Remote Desktop Protocol Error Windows 10 What are the difficulties of landing on an upslope runway Draw an hourglass Why did the Ministry of Magic choose an ax for carrying out a death sentence?
Uncheck Themes And Bitmap Caching Solution 3 Close Remote Desktop Manager,rename default.rdp file in My Documents to default.old, restart Remote Desktop Manager and try to connect with RDP. While in tcpview, you may as well do so: Let me know if this helped. Compiled from nooders but stil getting protocol error. http://supercgis.com/protocol-error/remote-desktop-remote-control-protocol-error.html because it would generate the same error message! 0 LVL 19 Overall: Level 19 VMware 12 Windows Server 2008 10 Remote Access 2 Message Active 3 days ago Expert Comment
I am running Win Xp SP3. One reason is I was totally frustrated about this issue. Cloned, template etc.. Did you review the Vmware log files: host, VM etc...? 0 Message Active 1 day ago Author Comment by:sglee2013-11-18 ping -t
So I asked them to close the App when they are done for the day and use "LOGOFF" instead of clicking X button from RDP title bar. I'm supporting an old 2003 terminal server and get this same error from my win7 client. You signed out in another tab or window.