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  1. I'm replacing a workstation on our domain, but it will be used in a satellite location so we utilize Remote Desktop to access our server. I have upgraded the new pc to Windows 10 Professional and have joined it to the domain. I have set it up (user name/computer name, etc) to mirror the workstation it will be replacing and I have enabled remote desktop on the new pc as well, however when I try to make the connection to the server via remote desktop I get this "Remote Desktop can't connect to the remote computer for on of these reasons: 1) Remote access to the server is not enabled 2) The remote computer is turned off 3) The remote computer is not available on the network" The server is on and running and I have other workstations from other satellite locations utilizing Remote Desktop that are able to join and currently accessing it. So, I'm not sure what I'm missing, can anyone please advise? Thank you in advance.
  2. I'm replacing a workstation on our domain, but it will be used in a satellite location where we utilize Remote Desktop to access our server. I have upgraded the new workstation to Windows 10 Professional and have joined it to the domain. I have set it up (user name/computer name, etc) to mirror the workstation it will be replacing and I have enabled remote desktop on the new workstation as well, however when I try to make the connection to the server via Remote Desktop I get this error: "Remote Desktop can't connect to the remote computer for on of these reasons: 1) Remote access to the server is not enabled 2) The remote computer is turned off 3) The remote computer is not available on the network" The server is on and running and I have other workstations from other satellite locations utilizing Remote Desktop that are able to join and currently accessing it. So, I'm not sure what I'm missing, can anyone please advise? Thank you in advance. (I also posted this in the Server Technology forum)
  3. Dear Community, I hope someone can help me with this issue as I have been battling it for a couple of months now. I have re-installed the drivers from Windows, I have installed the drivers from Broadcom done a couple of other fixes I found on the web and have had no luck resolving this issue. I am using Windows Server 2008 R2 and this is my primary AD controller. Please see attached screen shot. The only fix I have found so far is to reboot the darn thing.
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