Terminal Service Manager Hang when I open


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Murugan.S

In Windows 2000 Server with Terminal Server App. mode...
When I Open Terminal Service Manager...it has been
Hang...I can see
the TS Manager but I can't use..It has been hang...What is
the Problem????...It's not similiar with my previous
post..it's another system with different problem...Thx. :(
 
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Colin M. McGroarty

Did this occur right after a SP upgrade? What SP is the server? Does this
problem go away for a short time after a reboot?

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Colin M. McGroarty
MCP+I, MCSE, NT-CIP

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www.McGroarty.org
 
M

Murugan.S

NO...Already I have installed SP4..it's working fine on
few days...but suddenly got hang..I couldn't see the
Terminal session in Terminal Service Manager...!

No..I have rebooted several time..but still it's get hang
when I open the TS manager..I can't access..:(

Windows 2000 Server with SP4
Norton Anti-Virus
Office 2000
Terminal Server Application Mode
20 GB HDD
512 MB Ram

S. Ramesh
 
M

Matthew Harris [MVP]

if the tsadmin is showing up on the taskbar but doesn't
appear when you click on it, try closing it, then going to
your registry and finding this key...

HKCU\\Software\Microsoft\Windows
NT\CurrentVersion\Terminal Server\TSADMIN

....and deleting the Placement value.

-M
 
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Excellent!! post....Thanks! much

Just wanted to share couple of thoughts more, I followed your suggestion by deleting the Placement Value under

HKCU\\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Terminal Server\TSADMIN

Still it didn't resolve the issue, additionally I tried clearing out "Favorites" value and next thing Terminal Services loaded fine. Just wanted to add my share of troubleshoot notes.

By the way this issue was associated with Windows XP SP3 ( I have Installed Win 2003 Admin Pack)

Cheers!!!
 
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