By gtechstuff ·
I recently did some windows updates on my sbs 2003 server once I did the reboot everything came up however I was unable to remote to the server either through remote web workplace or remote desktop connection. What happened? We do not have the firewall enabled on the sbs server. is this something a simple reboot of the server would fix. I have to do this remotely however what is the proper syntax for rebooting a server via command line? I've seen several commands so which is the proper one

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Are you sure..................

by ThumbsUp2 In reply to sbs

.... that the IP address of the machine you are trying to connect to has not changed?

.... that the firewall was not enabled with one of the updates?

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Microsux reboot

by gtechstuff In reply to Are you sure............. ...

Well I went ahead and did a remote restart of the server and the terminal server service came back up and I was able to remote to the machine.

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