digg.jinx
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2010-01-15T13:39:35Z
Attached below is an error message that I have been receiving when connected to a remote computer. I have noticed that the problem is occurring when it has been left inactive for a few minutes, sometimes as soon as about ten, and notice that my session is terminated. If you need any other information, I would be happy to provide what I can. Thanks.

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Timothy
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2010-01-15T14:13:00Z
What OS version of local and remote computers? If you are getting a winsock error, your network card might be bad.
digg.jinx
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2010-01-16T12:14:07Z
The Client computers are Windows XP, connecting to Windows Server 2008. Bad network card possibly on the server?
Timothy
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2010-01-17T19:20:49Z
If it's only happening on one server, that's where I would start (if you have a spare NIC, most servers these days come with at least two). If you are getting it on every server, it might be your workstation.
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