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Windows 7: Remote desktop problem (Cisco VPN, Win 7 RC)


06 May 2009   #1

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Remote desktop problem (Cisco VPN, Win 7 RC)

I have a strange Remote desktop Connection problem with the RC build.

During the Beta I did not have the problem described below.

To connect to work I use the Cisco Anyconnect client that is served through a website (starts an installer locally). The client installs fine and I am able to connect to my work.

The strange problem is then that I cant start the Remote desktop application - I can see in the task manager that it runs but there's no connect gui. As soon as I disconnects from the VPN I get the Remote desktop connection dialog box.

If I leave this dialog open (or if I open it before I connect the VPN) then I'm able to connect to the work network using the Remote desktop.

As I said this was not an issue before during the beta.

I have tried to turn off the firewall (windows), and NOD32 antivirus plus added the remote desktop group to my user, but nothing changes the VPN wierdness.

Hope that someone here can point me in the right direction.

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