Any help here?
Remote Desktop Web Connection ActiveX Control Could Not Be Installed" error
after Installing Windows XP SP3 http://blogs.msdn.com/askie/archive/...ws-xp-sp3.aspx
Merv Porter [SBS-MVP]
"crow king" <crow king@newsgroup> wrote in message
>I am running SBS 2003 and have added an XP 64 machine to the network. I can
> access remote mail fine, but not remote server management. However, I can
> access it on my other XP 32 workstations. I am loading the page using IE8
> The error I get is
> "Remote Desktop Web Connection Activex could not be installed. A
> cannot be made without a working installed version of the control. Please
> contact the server administrator."
> After clicking the OK button I get:
> "An invalid server name was specified"
> Things I've tried based on other posts / search articles:
> 1. Looking for RDS or Terminal Services in my add ons in IE. Neither is
> 2. Removing the registry key
> I can delete it, but as soon as I try to go to the remote server
> page, it gets added back to the registry. I've unloaded Windows Defender,
> thinking maybe it was sneaking it back in, but no luck.
> 3. Adding the server to my trusted sites list and downgrading the security
> I think #2 is the key to solving this puzzle, but I'm not sure how to get
> around it. Is it a server policy? Something built into XP 64? I'm stuck
> any help would be much appreciated.