Make sure that two adjacent APs aren't running on the same channel. My Computer OS: Windows 10 Quote cyberSAR View Profile View Forum Posts Banned Posts : 62 10 New 22 Aug 2015 #2 Not sure why you are having the issue I did check that reconnect is set though. Disabling the lower rates will prevent your nurse in the pic from trying to connect to the AP down the hall when the signal starts to get weak. check over here
GPU RAM CPU ROM Submit » 88% of IT pros got this right. Skip to main content PcWinTech.com™ "Knowledge should be shared not hidden." Site Last Updated: April 8, 2017 Search form Search Main menu Products & ToolsCleanMemAbout CleanMemBuy Pro VersionCleanMem Change LogCleanMem EULACleanMem I have clocked speeds of 700+ mbps, so I feel safe saying it is not the network, or at least the speed. If you disable 1, 2, and 5.5 then a client associating with an AP would have to be able to achieve a 11Mbps data rate to successfully associate with the AP. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/how-to-fix-remote-desktop-random-disconnects-550089/
The user can log back in fine, but some random time later, whenever the computer checks for GPO settings, the user gets kicked off again accordingly. Not sure if this is the Or does that one user limit only apply to remote desktops? 0 Thai Pepper OP britv8 Feb 25, 2016 at 9:43 UTC Is there a firewall between client Join Now I have a remote user who works in a sort of collaboration office. The Exit sign is something I've been considering.
So yesterday night for the heck of it I started RDP session to one of the server and then I started pinging the server continuously and lo behold the RDP connecting The problem was the disconnect. I had the modem/router replaced with an SMC router and problem has gone away. Remote Desktop Connection Disconnects Frequently Windows 10 Sorry about this, but I just had to ask :) 0 Sonora OP Adam2701 Feb 21, 2014 at 6:50 UTC Are all of your APs staying online consistently?
About Advertising Privacy Terms Help Sitemap Join millions of IT pros like you Log in to Spiceworks Reset community password Agree to Terms of Service Connect with Or Sign up with Unfortunately, my networking knowledge is minimal, so even if I knew how they redesigned the network, I'm sure it'd give me no clues as to how to solve this issue. System Specs: HP A6720f Motherboard:M2N78-LA RAM: 6 GB HDD: 600 GB Router: DLINK 655 N Router (set to mixed n and mixed g mode)... Keep going until it's as much as a direct connection as you can get.I'd also if possible test with some other RDP sessions so you can get a baseline.
You might want to ensure that the computers are using the same version. Remote Desktop Connection Keeps Dropping Windows 8 I have also seen instances where APs are too close together and the clients bounch back and forth between the two causing packets to drop. 0 Thai Pepper Perhaps the firewall on the client side needs to be looked at. I installed PC Remote and it stay connected just fine.
Friday, July 08, 2011 6:33 AM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote Hi thanks I tried the above settings and it did not work. https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/1043354-remote-desktop-connection-frequently-disconnects I tried using my Lumia 810 and got a bit different error: Another user connected to the server, forcing the disconnection of the current connection. Remote Desktop Connection Drops Intermittently Good idea. I will certainly look into this. At the moment we are completely standardized so I could easily try this out. 0 Thai Pepper OP kindofageek Remote Desktop Connection Keeps Dropping Windows 10 Are there any other users at this site?
An IT guy for that office ran tests and checked it out (I have no idea what he did), but said he could not find any network issues. check my blog XP? Terminal server 2008, 2012? There was some update around February that secured up the terminal server causing Vista and XP users to no longer be able to connect to terminal What was this change? 1 Chipotle OP Goalieman Jul 2, 2015 at 12:53 UTC AceOfSpades wrote: The SonicWall has a timeout period for VPN connections. After x amount Wireless cards will try to connect to the last known good AP if they can, and will continue to try and connect to it until they simply can't. Remote Desktop Connection Disconnects Frequently Server 2012
Edited Feb 21, 2014 at 8:24 UTC 0 Thai Pepper OP kindofageek Feb 21, 2014 at 8:27 UTC JKintz79 wrote: Absorption, Reflection, Refraction - all killers of wifi. I wouldn't think the versions would matter as long as they match and all these machines should have the same version. Join the Community! http://phpbbinstallers.net/remote-desktop/remote-desktop-client-on-windows-8-drop-connection.html The fix?
View solution in context Re: Remove Desktop Connection constantly disconnects every 4 minutes 04-23-2014 08:21 PM by VBSSP-RICH Hey ndelacova,Glad to hear that your problem was ultimately resolved and you are Rdp Disconnects Immediately After Login if there is no problem between windows 7 clients, I suspect this would be related to windows server 2008 configuration, you could also post at Windows server forum for further help. I already installed X and rolled back to 8.1 on my Lenovo Mixx 2 8 because of the Onedrive/SD card issue, would hate to have to go back on another machine.
It doesn't matter if you use thin clients or a workstation, if you have more than one user remoting into a server, you need RDS cals.Yes, this happens even when I'm A little ! Radios work differently than Ethernet and a re-transmit causes latency for all other clients due to the radio being busy having to re-transmit a packet while all others are waiting (probably Gpo That Enable Rdp View solution in context Re: Remove Desktop Connection constantly disconnects every 4 minutes 04-13-2014 01:04 PM by VBSSP-RICH Hello ndelacova,Please try the following to see if this works for you:Allow remote
Windows clients seem to like to stay on the last AP they associated with, even if they're physically much closer to another AP. The network adapter driver's properties hold settings The connection speed seems to be fine. I am having a nightmare of a time trying to figure out the root cause of this. I am fairly certain it is not a switch, switch cabling, vm host, or have a peek at these guys Sometimes they will be completely kicked off the internet and need to log back into the VPN then RDP again.
Join Now I've been pounding my head on the desk over this one for a while now and wondering if anyone has any clues. About a month ago my internet randomly stopped working on my Win7 machine showing the little red cross icon on the network icon, it had been working fine up until... I am sure I am leaving out details that would be useful to someone who is gracious enough to try and help. Whenever something happens to laptops and not desktops, I always suspect sleep/power saving settings.
The time now is 09:08. I really don't know at this point. I'd start by removing things from the equation. If I learn anything else, I will pass it along.