Thanks for your post.
Based on the symptoms, as there is no apparent error/warning messages,
1. Use Tenet command to telnet the problematic workstation computer name
with 3389 port, to see if RDP is really enabled and port is open. E.g.
telnet <computername> 3389
2. Check the Event log on the source computer which you run RDP connection
and the problematic destination computer to see if there is any RDP related
warning/error Event messages.
3. If possible, perform a "Clean Boot" on the problematic destination
computer then test the issue again.
How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows Vista http://support.microsoft.com//kb/929135
How to perform a Clean Boot in Windows XP
More useful information:
Troubleshooting Remote Desktop Connection
Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003
with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2 http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l...62(WS.10).aspx
Hope this helps.
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"Northwest Upgrades Plus" wrote:
> I have a client that is running SBS 2003 Standard with all the latest service
> packs and updates. There are a total of 14 workstations and the one SBS
> server. All workstations are set up pretty much identical to each other and
> receive their IP from the DHCP server. Of the 14 workstations, there is one
> that I can not connect to remotely. I have unchecked, applied and then
> rechecked and applied the Allow Remote Users boxes in System
> Properties/Remote. The system shows up in available workstations, and brings
> up the message about using the Clipboard and Printers but whether I select
> yes or no fot this, it automatically takes me back to the list of
> workstaions. Please advise of what may be the culprit.
> Thanks for your help.