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Disconnect time question

Disconnect time question

Disconnect time question

In the connections table located at Server Manager\Remote Desktop Services\Collections, I see a disconnect time and am not sure exactly what that means. We have some clients that have a date/time there and others do not throughout the day. But the ones that do have a date/time there do not seem to be losing there connection. In older version of TS, the disconnect time would show if a client lost there connection and the session ID would change to show a new session. I am not seeing this.

What does the disconnect time really mean?


RE: Disconnect time question

Are looking around more on the server it looks like the disconnects are showing in the event log under remote desktop services 1 with an event id of either 24(TerminalServices-LocalSessionManager) or 40(TerminalServices-LocalSessionManager) and then immediately reconnected. The client doesn't even notice the disconnect, but it's possible it is causing a hardware issue with the clients devices.

Any idea what these disconnects would be caused by?


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