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Mac remote desktop connection cannot verify the identity of the computer

If you are having an issue getting remote desktop to connect to a windows server via rdp it is probably due to the domain field in the connection having information entered. For some reason the rdp that mac uses even though it is written by microsoft doesn’t support the domain field. To fix this issue […]


Because of a protocol error this session will be disconnected using terminal services remote control in windows 2008 R2

When you try to remote control another session on a Windows 2008 R2 terminal server you may receive the message. Change the RDP Compression setting on the server to “Balances memory and network bandwidth” (recommended) or “Optimized to use less memory” using Group Policy. If using Windows Server 2008 R2 you may also choose “Do […]


Free 2CX terminal server client for managing RDP remote desktops

I’m at 2cx training which is a terminal server add on for publishing applications and-


Removing wallpaper from Remote Desktop Login

Hi folks, Ever been connecting to a PC with Remote Desktop and have to wait ages while the wallpaper loads before you can log in? After logging in, make this little change and wait no longer! HKUSERS\Users\.DEFAULT\Control Panel\Desktop\Wallpaper Remove the value (but leave the key there) and no more wallpaper at the login screen!


How to Remotely Enable Remote Desktop

Often you may need to remotely connect to a network workstion, but by default remote desktop is not enabled. Other than having an administrative user enable it on the workstation itself, here is a way to do it remotely. Run Regedit Select File | Connect Network Registry Enter the name of the remote computer and […]


RDP to Internal server or workstation through ISA firewall

To setup a firewall rule to enable access through ISA to internal servers, you need to map different external ports to the interal port 3389. In this example an internal system is on 192.168.10, and you want to RDP on port 3390 to this server. Right-click firewall policy and select new – server publishing rule […]


Remote desktop RDP from Mac to Windows terminal server

If you have Microsoft office installed you will already have the remote desktop for Macintosh on your computer.-


Remotely enable remote desktop

Remote desktop is a nice feature of Windows 2003, XP, and 2000 server that lets you remotely login to, and work on the system as if you were there. Many times you find that you need it enabled – but the machine you are trying to access is far across your network where it is […]


How to Connect to a RDP Remote Desktop Connection to your terminal server at the office

Open Remote Desktop Connection from Programs or All Programs, Accessories, and then click Remote Desktop Connection.-