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14. February 2013 at 18:25 #7728
Hi fellow monkeys
I cannot log into my RDS ( Windows 2008 R2 ) server from my r10 client.
Everytime it authenticates the thin client immediately crashes
Trap: Invalid Opcode, EIP 0xd1f6ff4a, DR2 0x0
No RDS applications appear, it just crashes after login
Please help15. February 2013 at 12:33 #23504
Can you update to latest R10 firmware?
CG15. February 2013 at 14:20 #23512
Unfortunately no, not at this time, was this fixed in a new release?
I had another question, i was mistaken, the server isnt a 2008 R2 server it is a Server 2012 rds box,
Is WTOS/r10 supporting 2012 RDS for remote app deployment?
Thanks CG17. February 2013 at 17:11 #23515
Yes, should work with latest firmware.
CG19. February 2013 at 14:32 #23528
We tried 2012 RDS with latest firmware, all the applications do is state “connecting” and eventually times out, is there something that needs to be tweaked in the ini file or the 2012 Server
Thanks again CG21. February 2013 at 7:49 #23531
Is NLA enabled on both sites?
CG26. February 2013 at 19:15 #23554
Ok it looks like the 2012 server just needed a reboot, all published apps work fine, but when you try launching IE as a published app, you receive a pop up window from your terminal session stating “Access denied”, were getting closer and closer,
Is there anything that has to be done on the server for IE to work as a remoteapp via the wyse thin client? I published mspaint/calc and those work fine, only iexplore.exe28. February 2013 at 8:09 #23556
Are you publishing the full IE or just the app?
CG28. February 2013 at 14:54 #23562
i am pusblishing the .exe with in RDS, which basically is a shortcut to the executable on the server C:Program filesinternet explorer and so on.. i can publish, mspaint, wordpad, firefox and they all work fine, when i publish IE on Server 2012 RemoteApp server, i receive access denied only from a Wyse client, If i launch the application from my web browser on my physical desktop, it works fine.. seems to affect the wyse client only
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