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Remote Desktop Configuration

Posted by appsinfo on June 4, 2009

Configuration of Remote Desktop:

If you are  using Remote Desktop in place of VNC or other remote connecting utilities you may face issues like;  Not able to start the Application Listener or not able to run autoconfig etc.

 You can configure remote desktop slightly which will resolve the issues of connecting to server using remote desktop.

 To configure the windows server 2003-Based server to permit remote control or access, follow these steps:

 1. Open the Group Policy snap-in (Gpedit.msc).

2. In the left pane, under the Computer Configuration branch, expand the Administrative Templates branch.

3. Expand the Windows Components branch.

4. Click the Terminal Services folder.

5. In the right pane, double-click Sets rules for remote control of Terminal Services user sessions.

6. On the Setting tab, click Enabled.

7. In the Options box, click Full Control without users’ permission, and then click OK.

Now exit the remote control session in case it has been performed in a remote session

8. Open a remote desktop session using: mstsc -v:<IP> /F

9. Open a command prompt and set your environment using envshell.cmd

10. in the opened session run : shadow 0

11. now you should be able to start the listener without any issue

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