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Hi all, Long time no see! I am running into a problem. I have a Windows Server 2012 R2 that does not allow you to RDP (mstsc.exe) from a Windows 7 VDI desktop. The exact error is (using an online image as a ref): I have checked the following: Launched mstsc from the Win7 desktop, clicked Show Options, navigated to the Experience tab, unchecked "Reconnect if the connection is dropped" (read that might cause it, idk why though). Ensured that the domain group is in the Remote Desktop Users group, and the server verified that I have permissions to RDP to it. Tried from several servers and VLAN's. Additional information: mstsc verion on the Win7 desktop is 10.0.14393 (shell version and control version). mstsc version on Server 2012 R2 is 6.3.9600 (shell version and control version). Both server and workstation use Network Level Authentication. I can RDP to other servers that use 6.3.9600 from a desktop with 10.0.14393. I can ping the server from my Win7 workstation. Consoling into the server from vSphere works properly. Nothing shows in the event logs when the RDP fails to work. The error in the picture above happens immediately when I try to connect vs waiting a few seconds to pop up. -------------------------------- Edit: Also verified the the following keys were set. Two of the three were set wrong (notated the ones I had to change): HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server Had to change (was 1): fDenyTSConnections = DWord 0 Had to change (was 0): TSUserEnabled = DWord 1 HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon (was correct): WinStationsDisabled = String 0
After like 3min of connecting from my other Windows system to my XP MCE machine via RDP, it BSODs with error codes c0000005 (0x77cd252b 0x0052f36c) and states that the Windows Subsystem Process (smss.exe) was closed unexpectedly. Does anyone know what's causing this and how do I prevent this from happening again? It used to run via RDP flawlessly until now...