grahamperrin Posted August 30, 2010 Report Share Posted August 30, 2010 Just one machine on which I have seen a possible problem: an Acer box with Windows XP and Service Pack 3 that I control, only rarely, via RDP. Maybe headless (there's a head near the box but I can't recall whether it's physically connected at the moment — I'll check). The symptom of the problem was: I couldn't make a persistent connection via RDP (using CoRD); the Acer background would appear for a moment, but the connection would very soon drop — at around the time when the Windows log on dialogue (logging in automatically using credentials provided by the RDP client) would normally appear. Microsoft Automatic Updates is set to automatic, daily at 03:00 and my guess is: * the problem began around the time of an update that required an automatic restart of the OS. Considering those key points, and some others, I see no definite relationship between that problem and the (then) installed version of Immunet Protect. However, the presence of Immunet Protect is one of the factors that I consider; this box is one that has relatively few software titles installed. Now running 18.104.22.168 and I'll review this XP machine after Microsoft's next round of updates that requires an automatic restart. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.