Remote Desktop in Wireless lan


J

jxn

After successfully connecting to remote system with RD
over an ad-hoc wireless connection, I immediately lose
the wireless network connection when the remote system
closes its GUI.

Am I alone? What to do?
 
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Himanshu Gohel

After successfully connecting to remote system with RD over an ad-hoc
wireless connection, I immediately lose the wireless network connection
when the remote system closes its GUI.
Which machine loses the wireless connection? The machine you are working
on, or the machine that you RD'ing to?

In any case, I would say eliminate RD from the equation and make sure your
wireless network is not dropping connection without that.
 
G

Guest

-----Original Message-----


Which machine loses the wireless connection? The machine you are working
on, or the machine that you RD'ing to?

In any case, I would say eliminate RD from the equation and make sure your
wireless network is not dropping connection without that.

--
Himanshu

.
I am assuming that once the GUI locks on the host
system, that it is terminating any network connectivity.
Otherwise, the wireless networking on both the remote and
host are without issue!

What next?
 
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Bill Sanderson

Check the security settings on the wireless connection--make sure 802.1x
isn't checked (enabled.)
 

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