Reply To: S10 & Windows Server 2008 R2 – How to get things working

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Thanks for the response.

I think I’ve done that but as soon as the unit boots up and tries to connect to the server it automatically fails and tries to reconnect.

Do I need a seperate .ini file for each user or is the single wnos.ini file sufficient?

Here’s my wnos.ini file generated with your awesome config generator.



;*************************************************************
;* *
;* This wnos.ini file was generated with the *
;* Configuration File Generator 6.0.07 *
;* Copyright by Thomas Moellerbernd *
;* *
;* http://www.technicalhelp.de *
;* *
;*************************************************************


;*************************************************************
;* General 1 *
;*************************************************************

autoload=0
Fileserver=192.168.196.111 Username=anonymous Password=anonymous
Rapportserver=192.168.196.111
PlatformConfig=SClass

;*************************************************************
;* Input Devices *
;*************************************************************

Language=Us

;*************************************************************
;* Display *
;*************************************************************

Resolution=DDC

;*************************************************************
;* Time *
;*************************************************************

Timeserver=192.168.198.220
TimeZone='GMT + 02:00' ManualOverride=yes

;*************************************************************
;* Network *
;*************************************************************

SignOn=No

;*************************************************************
;* Troubleshooting *
;*************************************************************

Privilege=High EnableTrace=yes

;
;- RDP Session 1 -
;- Each line but the last must end with a '' -
;

CONNECT=RDP
Host=192.168.196.111
Description="RDP Session"
AutoConnect=yes
Reconnect=yes
Username=$DN
Password=$DN
Domainname=my fqdn removed for privacy
LocalCopy=no

P.S. I’ve tested a RDS connection from a Windows 7 machine successfully so I believe RDS has been configured correctly on the Server 2008 machine.