RDP


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Connecting to a Linux Cloud Server
Going from Windows to Linux Using PuTTY
Going from Mac to Linux using Terminal
Rescue Mode on Linux Cloud Servers
Linux Security
Checking a server’s SSH host fingerprint with the web console...
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Rescue Mode is a maintenance state that can allow you access to an unresponsive server.  You would use this in order to fix configuration problems, or to copy your data and move it to another server.  
When you enter your server...
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Windows Server 2003

 
Problem:  You are unable to access your Cloud Server via a Remote Desktop Connection due to a licensing Error
Cause:  By default, Rackspace Cloud Servers come with a Remote Desktop license that allows for 2 concurrent users to...
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Problem:  Client printers (printers either directly attached to your remote workstation, or network accessible printers) do not map when you establish a Remote Desktop Connection to a Cloud Server.  
 Cause:  This can be caused...
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This article shows you how to connect and log in to your Windows Cloud Server using the Remote Desktop (RDP) connection client.  It is also easy to use the drives and resources from your local Windows machine in your RDP session...
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Windows Server 2008

 
Problem:  You are unable to access your Cloud Server via a Remote Desktop Connection due to a licensing Error
Cause:  By default, Rackspace Cloud Servers come with a Remote Desktop license that allows for 2 concurrent users to...
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Problem:  Client printers (printers either directly attached to your remote workstation, or network accessible printers) do not map when you establish a Remote Desktop Connection to a Cloud Server.  
 Cause:  This can be caused...
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Filed in: Cloud Servers
This article shows you how to connect and log in to your Windows Cloud Server using the Remote Desktop (RDP) connection client.  It is also easy to use the drives and resources from your local Windows machine in your RDP session...
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Filed in: Cloud Servers

RDP - Remote Desktop

 
Problem:  You are unable to access your Cloud Server via a Remote Desktop Connection due to a licensing Error
Cause:  By default, Rackspace Cloud Servers come with a Remote Desktop license that allows for 2 concurrent users to...
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Problem:  Client printers (printers either directly attached to your remote workstation, or network accessible printers) do not map when you establish a Remote Desktop Connection to a Cloud Server.  
 Cause:  This can be caused...
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Filed in: Cloud Servers
This article shows you how to connect and log in to your Windows Cloud Server using the Remote Desktop (RDP) connection client.  It is also easy to use the drives and resources from your local Windows machine in your RDP session...
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Filed in: Cloud Servers

Windows Firewall

 
Problem:  You are unable to access your Cloud Server via a Remote Desktop Connection due to a licensing Error
Cause:  By default, Rackspace Cloud Servers come with a Remote Desktop license that allows for 2 concurrent users to...
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Windows Tools

 
Problem:  You are unable to access your Cloud Server via a Remote Desktop Connection due to a licensing Error
Cause:  By default, Rackspace Cloud Servers come with a Remote Desktop license that allows for 2 concurrent users to...
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Problem:  Client printers (printers either directly attached to your remote workstation, or network accessible printers) do not map when you establish a Remote Desktop Connection to a Cloud Server.  
 Cause:  This can be caused...
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Filed in: Cloud Servers
This article shows you how to connect and log in to your Windows Cloud Server using the Remote Desktop (RDP) connection client.  It is also easy to use the drives and resources from your local Windows machine in your RDP session...
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Filed in: Cloud Servers