Mon, Apr 24 2006 20:05
RWW/RDPing and Gigabit cards - are you seeing issues?
Brand new Dell Optiplex and I'm sitting at my desktop doing stuff (uh...like blogging this) while the desktop I'm setting up is just outside my office where I can keep an eye on it and as it reboots and comes back up I CANNOT remote desktop into it until it's logged into. I keep getting the "desktop is too busy to accept connections".. I mean how can you be too busy when I'm the one controlling you? On the listserves they've been talking about this and it's ALWAYS been gigabit network card related.
Turn off the "offload components" under the Advanced setting in the NIC is what Karen said, but I disabled the power settings, and anything else that might interfere in the network card configuration, then under the advanced setting, reboot the box and see if I can RDP from this desktop to it.
Dang.. nope. Still doing it.
hmmmm...that didn't work either..... okay I'll keep testing settings...but know that if you are seeing this.. you are not alone.....
P.S. But I "can" TS from the server via computer management/server management console...and once I do that.. I can then RDP from my workstation.
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.... now that's really weird...why can I RDP after the server kicks the session off...but not desktop to desktop?