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  • Boney M
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    Originally posted by suityou01 View Post
    I did mate. I turned off everything.



    I'll give it a go, cheers.
    The admin switch is likely to work as it is a console session

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  • suityou01
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    Originally posted by Boney M View Post
    Have you tried disabling the smart card enumeration service ?
    I did mate. I turned off everything.

    Originally posted by darrylmg View Post
    Also, try initiating the rdp with /admin.
    See here: Using command-line parameters with Remote Desktop Connection - Windows Help
    I'll give it a go, cheers.

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  • darrylmg
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    Also, try initiating the rdp with /admin.
    See here: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-gb/w...top-connection

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  • Boney M
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    Have you tried disabling the smart card enumeration service ?

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  • suityou01
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    Originally posted by DimPrawn View Post
    Good luck Suity, we are all waiting here with baited breath!

    is that what that awful smell is.

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  • DimPrawn
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    Originally posted by suityou01 View Post
    OK I am going to build 2 machines and use VNC so I have a workaround.

    No need to apply any more thought to what is clearly a very weird problem.

    Thanks all.

    Good luck Suity, we are all waiting here with baited breath!

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  • suityou01
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    OK I am going to build 2 machines and use VNC so I have a workaround.

    No need to apply any more thought to what is clearly a very weird problem.

    Thanks all.

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  • suityou01
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    Originally posted by stek View Post
    Try 'telnet ad_server 389' and 'telnet ad_server 689' from client same other way...
    Yep those ports are open, and I can see handshakes in wireshark.

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  • suityou01
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    Originally posted by DimPrawn View Post
    Stoopid question, are there pending updates on the server?

    Try a server reboot and see if you can RDP on after that.
    Patched up the ying yang. Many reboots.

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  • suityou01
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    nlasvc timeout is the error in the event log. Along with crpytosvc.

    A common problem on Citrix VDI, but I am running on Centos KVM.

    Logging into the machines using domain account is fine, problem only exists via RDP using a domain login.

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