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CSA 6.0 And remote desktop

I upgraded to CSA 6.0 agent on my PC and when I attempt to remote desktop into a server, I am not able to. I looked in the CSA logs and there is not a log message that states the action was blocked. I uninstalled CSA and I am able to RDP. Has anyone else experienced this, and is there a way around it?

There were no events in the management console as well.

Thanks in advance!

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Re: CSA 6.0 And remote desktop

With CSA 6.0, the Network access control rule [1635], was key to this access. The application is identified as:

svhost.exe -k termsvcs

Termsvcs is your terminal services/RDP. Just add an exception to this rule allowing the connection using host addresses.

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Re: CSA 6.0 And remote desktop

I have it installed on a Vista laptop and RDP works ok.

Did test mode not help?

Mstsc.exe also needs to be allowed to capture all keystrokes (it is by default).

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Re: CSA 6.0 And remote desktop

I did run it in test mode, but did not see any events for this type of behavior. I will continue to check it out.

New Member

Re: CSA 6.0 And remote desktop

With CSA 6.0, the Network access control rule [1635], was key to this access. The application is identified as:

svhost.exe -k termsvcs

Termsvcs is your terminal services/RDP. Just add an exception to this rule allowing the connection using host addresses.

New Member

Re: CSA 6.0 And remote desktop

The strange thing was that it only happend when I was connected via VPN.

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