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Assuming you have admin rights on the stations and have the relevant ports open and the relevant services configured properly you can use one of this options: Using GPO to deploy a script that add that route. That, of course, will apply only after rebooting. Using WinRM and Powershell you can run this commands remotely. That option require to configure ...


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If you want more than 2 concurrent connections your computer is now considered a "Terminal Server" and you must pay for "Remote Desktop Services client access licenses" (RDS CALs) for people to connect. Here is the contact link to contact a Sales Representative to negotiate what kind, quantity, and price of licenses you need.


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Things to try : Fully patch Windows 8.1 including optional Windows Updates (except Bing). Disable TCP/IP auto-tuning by entering in Command Prompt that is Run as Administrator: netsh interface tcp set global autotuning=disabled In the RDP Options, Experience tab, adjust the Performances settings. Turn off Scalable Networking Pack with this registry hack : ...


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You need to grant "Run as Batch Job" permission to the user that you are running the task as. It is in the Local Security Policy


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Scenario: Your PC (node_1) and Remote PC (node_2). Open the onscreen keyboard Start -> All Programs -> Accesories -> Ease of Access -> On-Screen Keyboard on node_2. When you want to send ctrl+alt+del, press Ctrl+Alt in node_1 and click del in node_2. (Worked for me in node_1=XP and node_2=Win7)


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Try (from elevated command prompt) reg add \\<MachineName>\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server" /v fDenyTSConnections /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f Or Start --> Run --> regedit --> OK Connect Network Registry option under the File menu Browse Active Directory to locate the remote server Now browse HKLM on to find the ...


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I have had the experience of using Remote Desktop over LAN. But it needs internet for the initial authentication via the Google servers. After that it's a direct peer-to-peer connection. If the internet goes out, the connection is smartly shifted to LAN if possible. It happened in my case: the connection was set up and working and then the internet went ...


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My suggestion is to enable the Configure Automatic Updates GPO with the Auto download and notify for install setting. This will present you with a notification when an update is ready to be installed. Here's the procedure: Press Windows Key+R to start Run. Type gpedit.msc into the run console. You are now presented with the Local Group Policy Editor. ...


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I'd suggest you just change the time updates are installed or do as I do which is tell Windows to download the updates but install them manually. http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/2797-windows-update-settings-change.html Alternatively you can try these steps to prevent it from rebooting automatically: 1. Click Start 2. Type "gpedit.msc" and press enter ...


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As suggested by one of my coworkers: yes it's possible, you set the interface metric so that the WLAN is the preferred interface (so the Internet traffic goes out the WLAN) and then either a) add a route for the RDSH IP that prefers the LAN interface or b) add a firewall rule blocking MSTSC from connecting over the WLAN as suggested


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this has to do with video acceleration. I'm struggling it with myself and it's annoying. this suddenly occured with the new updates to windows 8.1 and possibly intel drivers for the integrated chipset. there is no setting to turn this off from what I'm reading other than uninstalling it.


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I fixed it. It was due to Intel Graphics drivers. I updated them and now all works fine.


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It's possible to "shadow" a rdp connection, but it would have to be on the "sandbox os" that was compromised... not on the remote attacker host. The person who is shadowing will be able to see everything the user is doing but only on the compromised host. By default, a shadowee must explicitly give permission to allow their session to be shadowed. To ...


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I do not want to change any connection type (because I have no idea how to do that, and it might complicate other connections), and I would like to avoid anything with certificates. I just want to be able to execute a command on a remote computer to stop and start services. What is the most easy way to accomplish this? It's not going to happen. ...


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I'm from the Remote Desktop group at Microsoft. Looks like you are seeing two different scenario's can you please clarify whether these are happening on the same Win8 machine or different Win8 machines? 1) Since i change my computer to Windows 8, Windows+ shortcuts are executed on local computer not on the remote computer, even if in mstsc.exe options is ...


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Run mstsc via Win+R Or create a shortcut to C:\Windows\System32\mstsc.exe.



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