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RDC Problem with Windows 2000 accessing Windows 2000 server


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hulud

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i am having issues with a machine using remote desktop connection. the problem has only started occuring recently and the error message is:

"because of an error in the data encryption, this session will end. Please try connecting to the remote computer again."

i looked on the microsoft website and it just says "try to reconnect" as the solution, which is obviously no help whatsoever because the problem just happens again after i reconnect.

anyone stumbled accross this one before, have any ideas?

many thanks in advance

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Home or office?

What kind of router/switch?
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home, logging into a server at the office
d-link di-524 is the router type
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Ohh, ohh ohh.....now I see. I thought this was one or the other....makes more sense now.

Update the firmware on your router. This is a known issue with a d-link router, but I honestly don't know if it was your specific router.

It was fixed with a patch some time ago...not sure why it is manifesting itself now...perhaps the office server has received an update recently that kicked in....

Either way, it will not hurt you to update, and if it is not the fix we can move on
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okay, will let you know what happens
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