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Terminal Server user unable to browse the internet in session (WinServer 2008)

Terminal Server user unable to browse the internet in session (WinServer 2008)

Terminal Server user unable to browse the internet in session (WinServer 2008)

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I'm seeing a strange issue here on a Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise box. None of the terminal services sessions (RDP) can load webpages including admins. They can ping, trace route but not browse to websites. Even Quickbooks can't get out to the internet to download transactions. If I login as admin or basic user at the Console, web browsing works. What could be blocking web browsing in RDP? Any advice would be helpful!!

RE: Terminal Server user unable to browse the internet in session (WinServer 2008)

Check the proxy settings in the browser.

I hope that helps.

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