connecting to a secured Windows 2003 terminal server
darko.listsniffer at gmail.com
Wed Jul 23 01:49:25 UTC 2008
what happens when you type this?
# openssl s_client -connect <someipaddress>:3389
you should get a response of "CONNECTED" or something to that effect.
you might have to change the 3389 if you have rdp listening on another port.
On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 9:17 PM, Simon Chang <simonychang at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Recently my company has updated their server to Windows 2003. The earlier
> > 2000 server didn't have SSL enabled, so rdp/rdesktop worked for me
> > any problem. But now, as I try to connect to the server, it simply gives
> > ERROR: recv: Connection reset by peer
> Did you make sure that the server has remote administration enabled?
> I believe that, by default, Win2k3 Servers have RDP disabled. Check
> with your admins about that.
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