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It > would be more of a problem (for Microsoft to put attention to) and > not just an issue if (1) it did it on Windows Vista (does it?) > I can reproduce the bsod > on ati, nvidia and even on vmware virtual machine cards. I'm not saying the issue > doesn't exist, in fact I cannot say this any better than I did a > while back in this conversation, "To be clearer, I wouldn't Maybe I will be proven wrong - maybe there will be.

Unfortunately I need it again and my firefox blew out my favorites. However - I wouldn't expect one as you have presented the issue. The fact it is reproducible across a variety of platforms is cause enough for concern. Click on the Remote tab at the top of the window CHECK the box next to, "Allow users to connect remotely to this computer" Click OK Go to Start -> Control

I have been searching for this solution over one week by Googling, so I have to thank Google too. If there is an existing file termsrv.dll in this folder, rename this file to termsrv_dll.bak or whatever you would like. 6. techsc wrote: > Shenan: > > You're still talking about how unusual - in you personal point of > view - the reported blue screen will come up. > > Accept When i get 2 user logged on at the same time, the new session will login and freeze.

It's a work-around, to be > sure. COMPLETELY uninstalled AVAST antivirus & rebooted; confirmed that uninstallation was complete. ==> Now, can RDP in to XP and copy/paste anything, in both directions! <== AVAST antivirus is the problem! It used to work just fine. 2. And yes, in my > infrastructure this bug leads frequently to total computer resets. > > However, I halready asked in the thread: > > Please: How can I report that

Anyone came across this issue and a good workaround on it? Shenan Stanley wrote: > I did stick to the thread. > > I can do nothing for you. I am sure it's not hardware: 1. I'm not saying it is, but does this file exist in server 2003 or somewhere on MS site?

so that how to connect T.R Service in Domain network MeMyself&I Reply February 15, 2007 If you're looking for this patch for Vista RTM, look here: http://riccardo.raneri.it/blog/eng/index.php/2006/04/24/windows-xp-multiuser-remote-desktop/ Macloud Reply February 16, However, on Windows 2000 in Terminal Services mode I can logon twice with the same user account at once. Other changes to policy and registry mentioned above are needed. That would be July 2008. > Windows Vista (the supposed replacement for Windows XP) was > released to businesses in November 2006 and to the public in > January 2007.

I can use VNC to do this but it's not near as good as a .RDP Anybody know if this is possible? RDC works before i do the process but afterwards i cant use remote desktop at all. Unfortunately rdp 8.0 is MUCH better so i kind of want to keep using it. Or I want to open two sessions.

Whats interesting is the .2180 file isnt the same version as the original, it was even newer. Since the code base > > for RDP is probably close to if not identical to Terminal Services > > it could be used to take down a TS box. Anyone can > >> try it. > > > >It's Windows XP - it's pretty much a dead horse. > >A year ago - it was actually pretty much a dead RDP started it (as it should).

NICE!!! Help me please TT Reply July 29, 2007 I dont find out C:\Windows\system32\dllcache directory. But it just dont work. No one here really can.

Doug Reply March 6, 2007 Doesn't work for me either, anyone have a link to a page that does work for Win XP 64 bit? Are you saying that this initial instance of rdpclip is somehow bad, and killing it & starting another instance is going to fix things? It's a bug that should have been > > detected and fixed by now.

It is a real bad bug.

Maybe you have a case where it is not rare to change > bit-rates (disconnect/reconnect twice) without logging off the remote > computer. Also Before making all the steps in this wep page I connected to this laptop from my pc for several times. Right click and select "End process" to kill this program 6. strix Reply June 26, 2007 Hi folks!

XP is far from dead, > > since MS has yet to produce a newer system in sufficient population > > and appeal to supplant all the installed XP boxes, it Will this hack keep the machine loged in? An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. Microsoft Customer Support Microsoft Community Forums Windows Client   Sign in United States (English) Brasil (Português)Česká republika (Čeština)Deutschland (Deutsch)España (Español)France (Français)Indonesia (Bahasa)Italia (Italiano)România (Română)Türkiye (Türkçe)Россия (Русский)ישראל (עברית)المملكة العربية السعودية (العربية)ไทย (ไทย)대한민국 (한국어)中华人民共和国

Not saying you *shouldn't* expect > one, I'm just doubting you will get one. > > The only way *I* (as a peer) could help you with a flaw such as