You sir are my hero Reply Morossimo10-26-15 Right, Ctrl+alt+End didn’t help. I was running into the same issue this morning and came across your post. What we see is the blank, windows-blue color. O the_ohiostater Ars Praetorian Registered: Mar 23, 2004Posts: 430 Posted: Wed Dec 03, 2008 2:43 pm Finally...the problem is occurring again so I can try ideas.CTRL+Shift+ESC - bring up the Task this contact form
At this point, I am sure you have tried disabling your router firewall, windows firewall, software anti-virus, etc. The more complicated explanation is that when you use Remote Desktop, a virtual monitor is attached to your machine (this allows for fancy stuff like matching DPI from client, resize of Help Desk » Inventory » Monitor » Community » Home Cannot login at local computer locally after remote desktop session. The issue I had would not resolve itself even after ten minutes; and the keystroke would immediately bring up the screen.Rob Kraft Friday, January 17, 2014 5:16 PM Reply | Quote https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/31b681c5-3658-45a5-8158-a0a0f967c4a2/rdp-screen-goes-black-after-successful-remote-login?forum=winserverTS
Once I logged off and it completed its updates to the user profile, etc, I was able to log in with success. Still can't connect.1) is there anything I need to 'flush' off my computer or the server (I am saying server because when RDP stops responding no one can connect)? So I tried CTRL-ALT-END. If I close the RDC without logging off, and then login with a different screen configuration (a different monitor from home) the I get the Black Screen of Death.
It's analogous to how booting a problem PC into Safe Mode often resolves issues. anyway, I had this problem and found this fix. Ik installed a complete new terminal and again same issue. http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/64851-black-screen-login-after-remote-desktop-sessions.html This is a simple single monitor scenario.
I tried full screen as well in 2 different client but just I can see the black screen . 2897632 Logon Screen Turns Black In Windows 8.1 Or Windows Server 2012 R2 How did George W. Unless that's how it works.2) Could it be in the TSC Server Settings? We had no option at that point except to perform a hard reboot.
Thanks for that one.2) I liked that profile cleaner so i went ahead and installed it. http://superuser.com/questions/306412/why-is-my-screen-black-after-rdp-connection Ran into this problem twice in the last week. Remote Desktop Black Screen Server 2012 I've also had luck by starting a run box, then type shutdown -l. Disable The Use Of "bitmap Caching" On The Rdp Client. For more details see, THIS Microsoft KBase article or THIS blog.
Now I'm in the office, so I logged on via the console, and got the same thing. weblink Thanks a lot. If a time limit is set, the user receives a warning two minutes before the Remote... I CANNOT install and reboot without at least a weeks notice. Rdp Black Screen Then Disconnect
Not sure. Always had to restart the server remotely via shutdown /m \\server /r command. Enable the Remote Desktop Protocol policy. http://webdtools.com/black-screen/desktop-black-screen-windows-10.html It names a place where many people live Tiefling - Explanation on the "Virtue" name "Carrion" as suggested in the 5e PHB How can I tell if my bike can ride
I think from memory I set a GPO which did not allow then to disconnect, which forced the to do a full log off remotely, and start a new session at Remote Desktop Black Screen Windows 8 Nothing changed, still the same issue. –Sybeus Jan 18 '16 at 18:47 I imagine you've already tried replacing the video cable with a known good one? –Josh McMullin Jan When I return home I then have to login locally; however, immediately after login I am presented with a black screen.
Well...that is another very good thought. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed I have removed GeForce Experience since they started requiring a login to use the application, so it must be something else. –Dolphin Dec 6 '16 at 17:38 add a comment| up Windows 2012 R2 Black Screen After Login I then seem to have only two choices: rebooting or working from a remote desktop connection, which works fine.
Friday, March 14, 2014 1:26 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote thanks, worked for me END!Paula Monday, March 17, 2014 4:58 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in It did happen every time I tried last week. Is there a word for discontent with the present in favor of the past? his comment is here No avail.
RDP issue, but I am lazy and still think there were more after SP1. Reply Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Sort a string, sort of Planet Vanishes - How does this affect the orbiting starships? CTRL-ALT-END did the trick!
Disabling "Persistent Bitmap Caching" worked for me this time. Network & Sharing Remote Desktop Failure Black screenok basically lately my remote desktop is flaky. Saturday, October 08, 2016 2:59 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thanks, I had to connect my work PC for a very important deploy on Pod, just couldn't Save my life.
Can you any new driver for the firmware of server? It turned out I had device installation restrictions enabled. I am not able to hit any shortcuts or keypresses to make anything come up. My experience is different if using a Terminal Server versus standard machine.
Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. I then reconnected, and the screen came back. Perhaps try and connect another monitor and change the primary monitor and then change back. –Josh McMullin Jan 15 '16 at 18:35 Took a couple days to get my Might need to change which monitor is the primary one.
Also CTRL+ALT+END does nothing for me. mattwe View Public Profile Find More Posts by mattwe 08 Mar 2011 #4 johnsmith11 Windows 7 3 posts I've had similar problems after closing a remote desktop connection Also try uninstalling the monitor drivers under device manager. Is the mstsc task hanging or is the server desktop notz loading ?If it's the former, then check the user's machine for smartcard reader software or USB security token drivers: these,
Just to throw it out there, TeamViewer didn't work either during this problem (just wouldn't connect, no error messages). It looks like in our case this was related to desktop extension and multiple monitors.