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comment Keystrokes Windows Remote Desktop Connection?
If it is still doing that after restarting the service that means your VPS provider has disabled the console session. Either you need better software that does the same goal without faking keypresses or you need to pay for a more expensive server that is not a VPS and is a actual full stand alone server.
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comment Keystrokes Windows Remote Desktop Connection?
You shouldn't be using RDC to connect anymore, you should be using TeamViewer to connect.
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comment Keystrokes Windows Remote Desktop Connection?
Once you install the service restart it once from the service manager.
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comment Keystrokes Windows Remote Desktop Connection?
Teamviewer is free for non commercial use, that is what I use
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answered Keystrokes Windows Remote Desktop Connection?
Apr
23
comment Concern about RDP
On a server OS (Anything with "server" in the os name), no, on a client OS (XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10), yes. They get kicked out exactly the same way as if it was the same user account, however instead of the session getting taken over it is just suspended. The only way to not kick someone off of the computer is to pay for a server version of the OS.
Apr
23
comment Visual studio 2015 has stopped working
Uninstall visual studio, download vs2015.2.exe from the link I gave you and install that updated version and see if it fixes your problem.
Apr
23
comment Concern about RDP
@keklord the other user will be kicked out and will see the login screen when the person RDPs in.
Apr
23
answered Visual studio 2015 has stopped working
Apr
23
comment My software getting crashed due to “getdiskserial.dll”
Then I would call the vendor again and ask them where you should be getting that DLL from, because it is not dll that comes with windows, either part of their software or part of some 3rd party library they rely on.
Apr
23
comment Concern about RDP
One small correction, the OP mentioned that the Login at the console session and the login for the RDP session will be the same user account so in this special case the session does not go in to the background but instead gets taken over by the RDP user. This only happens when you are logging in with the same user, had it been a different user it would be exactly as you described it.
Apr
23
answered My software getting crashed due to “getdiskserial.dll”
Apr
15
comment Windows 10 Low Memory Warnings when I have plenty of available memory
Change your pagefile size to "System Managed" and your problems will likely go away.
Apr
14
comment Encrypting like BitLocker
If it gets decrypted by logging in you are either not using bitlocker or it is not working like you think it is. Either you are using EFS (Encrypting File System, which is not BitLocker) or you are using Bitlocker with a TPM chip and if so the drive is already decrypted by the time you get to the login screen.
Apr
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answered Seed torrent contents again after deleting .torrent file
Apr
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comment Why sometimes Word documents decrease in size after you add more text?
"xml of a memory dump of the word application", no its not anything like that. it is a well formed document with published information about the specification in ISO/IEC 29500, also known as "Office Open XML"
Apr
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answered Why sometimes Word documents decrease in size after you add more text?
Mar
30
reviewed Approve Is there a way to connect display layouts in 360 degrees?
Mar
30
comment Why is my Antivurus finding a virus on StackOverflow?
Probably a better to ask on meta.stackoverflow.com than here.
Mar
23
comment Windows server 2012 R2 - Memory in use is more than commit charge
If possible download RamMap from microsoft and post a image of the "Use Counts" tab.