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cojahn
Level 7

EEP 6.1 on Windows7 = RDP fail

Hej Community,

i have a Problem with Clients who want tot open an RDP Session to a Server > 2008.

Windows7 Clients with active encryption cannot connect per RDP (mstsc.exe) to Server 2008.

Server 2000 and 2003, no Problem. Server 2008 run in an Timeout.

Is this a Problem with the changed Gina? Server 2008, in my opinion, try to authentificate before RDP connect,

Server 2003 dont do that.

Someone who have the same Problems?

And how did you resolve the Problem?

greetz

cojahn

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peter_eepc
Level 15

Re: EEP 6.1 on Windows7 = RDP fail

Sorry, which EEPC version do you use? EEPC 6.1 Beta or EEPC 6.0.1?

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cojahn
Level 7

Re: EEP 6.1 on Windows7 = RDP fail

Sorry

6.0.1

Your Solution is Update to 6.1 right?

Is the Update free to download?

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peter_eepc
Level 15

Re: EEP 6.1 on Windows7 = RDP fail

Sorry

6.0.1

Your Solution is Update to 6.1 right?

Is the Update free to download?

I didn't say that. Beta 6.1 is no longer available. Release To World of EEPC 6.1.0 will take some time though.

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cojahn
Level 7

Re: EEP 6.1 on Windows7 = RDP fail

EEPC 6.0.1 is, when i understand right, the latest Version?

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peter_eepc
Level 15

Re: EEP 6.1 on Windows7 = RDP fail

Correct. 6.0.1 is the latest EEPC 6.x version, that is downloadable for production, as of today.

Simon hinted that 6.0.2 might get released sooner than 6.1.0.

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cojahn
Level 7

Re: EEP 6.1 on Windows7 = RDP fail

ok, back to my Problem

Does anybody know that EEPC modify the Gina (gina.dll) so that an auth.

from a Windows 7 Client on an Windows Server 2008 over RDP failed?

Windows Server 2003 - no Problems.

In my opinion Server 2008 try an "pre" authentification, befor RDP connect finaly,

i think there is the Problem, but i dunno how i can fix this.

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Re: EEP 6.1 on Windows7 = RDP fail

The Windows 7 OS uses Credential Tiles and for some reason the EEPC agent uses the credential tiles to authenticate via RDP to Windows 2008 servers. The way I worked around this is to create one Windows credential in the Control Panel /Credential Manager to one of my servers and I was prompted for all servers at that point.

Hope this helps.

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