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Terminal Services connection to Vista Business in SBS 2003 network

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Old 05-03-2007
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Terminal Services connection to Vista Business in SBS 2003 network
Two new machines, both Vista Business, configured the same I thought, I can
connect to one from the SBS server using Terminal Services and all Computer
Management functions using mmc. The other machine I can see and control it's
services from Computer Management mmc, but not the Event Viewer, and most
importantly I can't connect using Terminal Services for Remote Desktop. The
only firewall running is Windows Firewall, and I disabled that to see if that
was the problem.
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Old 05-03-2007
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RE: Terminal Services connection to Vista Business in SBS 2003 network
When trying to connect to the machine from Remote Web Workplace, this is the
message I get...Connectivity to the remote computer could not be established.
Ensure that the remote computer is on and connected to the Windows Small
Business Server network.

"ccsonline" wrote:

> Two new machines, both Vista Business, configured the same I thought, I can
> connect to one from the SBS server using Terminal Services and all Computer
> Management functions using mmc. The other machine I can see and control it's
> services from Computer Management mmc, but not the Event Viewer, and most
> importantly I can't connect using Terminal Services for Remote Desktop. The
> only firewall running is Windows Firewall, and I disabled that to see if that
> was the problem.

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