From: Wendy S <wendywds@ho...> - 2003-01-30 15:10:38
> Connection successful.
> ERROR: recv: Connection reset by peer
> Broken pipe
I am getting the exact same thing, connecting to a Win2000 Terminal Server
from Redhat 8.0. It's very strange, because nothing changed on my end and
suddenly I could no longer get in. They have been making routing and
firewall changes at work, which they say should not affect me. I can still
get into the server using the Windows XP box at home, but not from Linux.
I see that there is a new version just today, so I'll try that tonight.
Wendy in Chandler, AZ
From: Kenton Smith <ksmith@ch...> - 2003-01-31 22:22:11
I think it's the strong encryption. I too, lost the ability to connect
to my servers after applying some patch; I don't know which because I'm
having the problem on servers running SP2 and SP3. However, I set the
encryption to Med, and now I'm able to connect.
It struck me as odd that the machines were reporting RDP 5.0. I went to
the Microsoft site and they claim that Windows 2000 runs RDP 5.0 and
that XP runs RDP 5.1.
This begs the obvious question; Huh?
I would recommend that if you are having this problem you try reducing
your encryption level.
Just my $0.02.
On Fri, 2003-01-31 at 13:10, igor@... wrote:
>Hmm, I guess I'm in the wrong, probably what I should have said
>was "configured to use Server 4.0 compatibility" - don't know
>if it affects anything, but it seems it's RDP 5.0, not 4.0...
>I set it up tfrom the very beginning when I installed win2k,
>but I believe you can change it in "Administrative Tools/Terminal
>Configuration" -> Server Settings -> Permission Compatibility
>Probably not what are you looking for, sorry.
>On Fri, 31 Jan 2003, Vinay Sequeira wrote:
>> How did you change the configuration to use RDP 4 ??
>> On Fri, 31 Jan 2003, Igor Filippov wrote:
>> > Wendy,
>> > I'm connecting to Win2K SP3 using rdesktop 1.1.0 from linux and
>> > 1.2beta1 from IRIX with no problem. I've configured terminal
>> > on win2k box to use old (RDP 4) protocol though.
>> > Igor
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