I've actually had a number of issues with my WSS 2003 R2 box that may be related. - RDP remote access stop working. - Console logon stops working (Logon Connect Failed). I logon locally and let applications opened and lock the server, when i try to connnect to the console to see the opened applications i get the error message. Jeffrey Randow (Windows Net. & Smart Display MVP) Please post all responses to the newsgroups for the benefit of all USENET users. That link doesn't have an answer to the problem... RE: RDP: Error connecting to existing session monsterjta (IS/IT--Management) 19 Jan 07 08:47 Ok.I have no interest in your username.Wouldn't do navigate here
Join Now For immediate help use Live now! My first strategy was to set PoolUsageMaximum and PagedPoolSize to the values suggested by KB312362, which I did last night after a therapeutic reboot. But even when I later added my day-to-day account to the administrators group for a short time, it didn't make any difference. You'll receive secure faxes in your email, fr… eFax Advertise Here 734 members asked questions and received personalized solutions in the past 7 days.
Then login as that user again via remote desktop. >At this point I was then able to disconnect and reconnect. A new session will be created. However the fact it was fixed was good enough for me. > >> >> > > >> >> >I just hope that this post helps someone else out in the future. But there shoud be a problem because on the other 2 servers "mstsc /console" works file.
I manage the box remotely via RDP console session (as I do for all of my sessions). Ask ! I did >> however make it a member of the Remote Desktop Users group. All legitimate RDP sessions should be logged off prior to completing this step.
The text is in CSV format, so should import quite easily into something like Excel however some of the longer lines may wrap. ----- Start of CSV data ----- System Information At work all of the > developers in our dev team have two LCD monitors connected to HP > nVidia Quadro NVS graphics cards. I've actually had a number of issues with my WSS 2003 R2 box that may be related. - RDP remote access stop working. - Console logon stops working (Logon Connect Failed). my company Sometimes I'm able to fix this by > logging on at the physical console and logging off the session there. > Sometimes I can connect via VNC as well to do
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I had UltraVNC-100-RC203 installed on a Win2003 server. http://supercgis.com/remote-desktop/remote-desktop-error-host-has-closed-the-session.html A> > few weeks ago I came across a number of other posts in this group> > regarding problems with the NVIDIA drivers and the solution there> > seemed to be Were you importing from a Windows 2000 >> >> machine? >> >> I've no idea whether the Terminal Services policies would be part of a >> >> files >> >> and I'm not sure if any changes had been made to my >> > new system at the point I stopped though. >> > >> > STOPPRESS: I just got the "session
However, at both> home and at work I use a non-admin account for my day-to-day use and> i've not noticed anything as yet that has stopped working.>I have definitely heard of On the RD session I get the Login prompt. There is a similar thread and see if it can help you. his comment is here Regards, Dave Patrick ....
Cheers! 0 Message Expert Comment by:world-net2009-01-29 For me David's resolution fixed it, client had 10 connections that were "disconnected". But even >> when I later added my day-to-day account to the administrators group >> for a short time, it didn't make any difference. >> >> However I didn't see this I don't see how this would be a fix for the symptoms as described, I'm afraid.
This occurred regardless of whether the original > >> >> >login session was created from the console or remotely, and it > >> >> >happened for all accounts on the machine I initially had trouble with getting booted >> > off my remote desktop sessions during lunch because the machine had >> > powered-down and therefore kicked me off. >> > >> I'll post an update at > the end of March to let you know which way I had to go. > > Thanks to all for the help and suggestions. > Will try to uninstall the 2nd driver and reboot the machine tonight.
The only thing I can think of that I may have done > > that the others didn't was I tried to use the "Files and Settings > > Transfer Wizard". Kaushal Mehta [MSFT] 2009-05-21 06:56:01 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Hi Zhao,How did you try to connect to console session on server? A> few weeks ago I came across a number of other posts in this group> regarding problems with the NVIDIA drivers and the solution there> seemed to be to disable the weblink Microsoft Customer Support Microsoft Community Forums MenuExperts Exchange Browse BackBrowse Topics Open Questions Open Projects Solutions Members Articles Videos Courses Contribute Products BackProducts Gigs Live Courses Vendor Services Groups Careers Store
However the fact it was fixed was good enough for me. >> >> >> > >> >> >> >I just hope that this post helps someone else out in the future. There is more than one possible reason for this error. This occurred regardless of whether the original > login session was created from the console or remotely, and it > happened for all accounts on the machine that had remote logins Being a software developer I like to develop and test the > > applications that I write under normal user conditions.
Let me say this. Lucia St. Some (it seems a good many) nic drivers don't recover properly from some power-down situations. the operation completedsuccessfully"I got this error when connecting to the server console. 4 Replies 201 Views Switch to linear view Disable enhanced parsing Permalink to this page Thread Navigation G Zhao
Being a software developer I like to develop and test the > >> > applications that I write under normal user conditions. Click Here to join Tek-Tips and talk with other members! Are you admin onthe server? the operation completedsuccessfully"I got this error when connecting to the server console.
Subscribe to our monthly newsletter for tech news and trends Membership How it Works Gigs Live Careers Plans and Pricing For Business Become an Expert Resource Center About Us Who We Making a group policy to kill off disconnected sessions after X amount of time. 0 Featured Post What Should I Do With This Threat Intelligence? In order to force all existing sessions to close, you can reset the server's RDP listener. the operation completed successfully (too old to reply) G Zhao 2009-05-21 06:20:20 UTC PermalinkRaw Message "error connecting to existing session for (id 0).
I'd never used it before and in the end I gave up without (as far as I know) actually importing anything from my old machine. Messages sent via email may or may not >> be answered depending on time availability.... >> >> Remote Networking Technology Support Site - >> http://www.remotenetworktechnology.com >> Windows XP Expert Zone - So far I havent found a solution too... -- Jabez Gan [MVP] Microsoft MVP: Windows Server http://www.blizhosting.com MSBLOG: http://www.msblog.org "Brian Spolarich"
However the fact it was fixed was good enough for me. >> > >> >I just hope that this post helps someone else out in the future. >> > >> >Regards Hopefully it will keep working... I've done my > best to remove most of the dross to leave just the important stuff. > The text is in CSV format, so should import quite easily into > Hope this helps, its solved my issue every time. 0 LVL 2 Overall: Level 2 Message Expert Comment by:wait12008-08-07 I had this error and removed the second video card aswell.