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Zen for Desktops removal

Zen for Desktops removal

Zen for Desktops removal

(OP)
Here's the issue...a co-worker accidently installed ZfD on my Win2k3 terminal server. After removing ZfD, the server won't accept ANY type of remote connection. The event log spits out an error 1014 saying it can't load an illegal file <drishti.dll>. There is a monster SQL database residing on this server, so I need this fixed ASAP. Thanks for any help you can provide.

Tom S
InfiNetwork
Naples, FL

RE: Zen for Desktops removal

any errors when the zfd was removed?
how was it removed?
was it removed with a proper session 0 connection or was it removed via ts

RE: Zen for Desktops removal

(OP)
Finally had to reload the OS because Zen Remote Desktop totally hosed the remote stuff. I couldn't get port 3389 to listen, after re-installing the service. Thank God the reload went through with no problems. I'm really beginning to hate NetWare

Tom S
InfiNetwork
Naples, FL

RE: Zen for Desktops removal

1. ZfD is not NetWare. NetWare is a server OS.
2. It's a fault of the software that a remote desktop engine was loaded on your server, where it's not supposed to be?

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