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Latest round of MS Updates on Win7 break RDP apps

Anyone else had this issue on Windows 7 and ZCM 11.2.1?
The lastest round of windows updates causes the Terminal Server apps to stop working. Working to diagnose which one caused it. Could have been from October of November updates. I failed to release October updates last month and rolled them this month with November.

I see the RDPClient kick off in taskmanager, but it never tries to make the connection.

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rroncme Absent Member.
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Re: Latest round of MS Updates on Win7 break RDP apps

Upgrading to ZCM 11.2.2 did not resolve the issue.

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Re: Latest round of MS Updates on Win7 break RDP apps

Doesn't seem to be a problem with 11.2.0 flat

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Re: Latest round of MS Updates on Win7 break RDP apps

FYI: My fix was to upgrade the agents to 11.2.2 so I could do a system restore (11.2.1 creates a directory in c:\windows\system32\drivers, that fails system restores). Then did a system restore to a time prior to the last updates.

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Re: Latest round of MS Updates on Win7 break RDP apps

There is a recent RDP Update that has a TON of prerequisites for proper
operation.

It requires another patch to be in place FIRST.
It references some recommend GPO settings regarding TCP vs UDP when
using RDP.
It references required user permission changes, such as now requiring
explicit membership in the "Remote Desktop User Group"
(These are all just general requirements, not even talking about ZCM)

I don't recall which patch it is off the top of my head, but its the one
that adds in Win8 Support.

Seems it often breaks stuff if not careul.

On 11/21/2012 11:26 AM, rroncme wrote:
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> Anyone else had this issue on Windows 7 and ZCM 11.2.1?
> The lastest round of windows updates causes the Terminal Server apps to
> stop working. Working to diagnose which one caused it. Could have been
> from October of November updates. I failed to release October updates
> last month and rolled them this month with November.
>
> I see the RDPClient kick off in taskmanager, but it never tries to make
> the connection.
>
>



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Re: Latest round of MS Updates on Win7 break RDP apps

Craig,

TID do you think?

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Re: Latest round of MS Updates on Win7 break RDP apps

KB2592687 wa the culprit. I removed that patch and they started working again. That's for pointing me in the right direction Craig.

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