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If Negotiate isn't secure enough, try SSL (TLS 1.0) : Open the Remote Desktop Session Host Configuration tool Right-click on RDP TCP Choose Properties Select the SSL certificate (see bottom red circle in the following screenshot). After selecting the SSL certificate, set the Security Layer to SSL (TLS 1.0). See this article for hardening RDP : Remote ...


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May not necessarily be the answer, but I think that a security feature in your VPN connector is that it connects to the VPN using the logged-on user's credentials, hence if you're not logged on you don't get connected to the VPN (and subsequently can't RDP it from work). If you can reconfigure the software to start as a Windows Service (instead of as ...


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First, if you configure the deployment in Per-User mode, You shouldn't see any connection failures due to lack of licenses. From what you said, 2 out of 10 CAL's were issued to two users who connected successfully which means licensing server and licensing configuration on RDSH is working fine. The problem seems to be on RDSH, can you try after removing ...


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After asking the acquaintance (a teacher), I finally got the name of the software: Master Eye. Unfortunately, it seems to have been discontinued. The successor could be this program, Mastersolution Suite. It’s probably available only in German. I also found this program: NETOP Vision. Both software suites provide a multitude of management functions: Check ...


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VPN stands for virtual private networking. VPNs connect 2 different private networks across a public network, or to connect a single host to a private network. By private I mean not publicly routable. Your friends address 10.1.10.213 lies in private network range that is not publicly routable so he probably has a small home/office router performing NAT ...


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You cannot edit this User Rights Assignment policy because this setting is being managed by a domain-based Group Policy. In this case, the domain Group Policy setting has precedence and you are prevented from modifying the policy via Local Group Policy. To modify this policy, either: Modify the policy in the applicable domain Group Policy Object. Prevent ...


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It sees it just fine, logs in fine, but as soon as I try to take the session, it hangs and loses connection. Try lowering MTU for VPN interface. I've had similar issues, when Linux client would connect to Windows RRAS server via PPTP and then drop VPN connection when trying to SSH over VPN. Lowering MTU on client (1400 → 1372, AFAIK) fixed this issue.


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You cannot disable the logon screen. This is a mechanic of Remote Desktop. So the question becomes, is it possible to somehow unlock it after it was locked? It might. I haven't tested it, as personally I don't need this. If I need to take over my PC remotely, I use teamviewer. That way the pc won't be locked. But lets assume RDP is the only method here. ...


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No, this is not supported. You have to disconnect, check the box and reconnect. The reason is a bit more complicated, but the main idea is that you are attaching multiple monitors to the remote host over RDP, which is not supported.


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Windows already has a built in feature for this. It's called "Windows Remote Assistance" and I use it with remotely connected staff all the time. The remote person uses the "Windows Remote Assistance" tool which is built into windows and sends a request via e-mail. The support engineer receives an e-mail with a link and can establish a remote session, much ...


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To enable screen sharing I used sudo /System/Library/CoreServices/RemoteManagement/ARDAgent.app/Contents/Resources/kickstart -activate -configure -access -on -clientopts -setvnclegacy -vnclegacy yes -clientopts -setvncpw -vncpw mypasswd -restart -agent -privs -all To turn on airport I used networksetup -setairportpower airport on To connect to a specific ...


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Like previous answers, I too, used Karabiner. Most Excellent App! What I did differently tho, was to add a custom key mappings to mitigate the MAC command v. control buttons in the Terminal. In my situation, I'm using a Logitech keyboard sooo no Apple-Command Key. Essentially, what I did was Map the MAC Command key to the Control Key. My reasoning was ...


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There is one step missing from that Microsoft page I want to share with everyone since it did not work until I did this final step. From the Microsoft page: Log in by using another administrative account. Note You may need create a new administrative account at first. Go to the C:\users\ folder and rename the sub folder with the original user name to the ...


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Microsoft has released an experimental version of RDP client that fixed the issue with the arrows: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/rds/archive/2015/08/11/introducing-the-new-microsoft-remote-desktop-preview-app-for-mac.aspx



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