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Access remote desktop Backup Exec 3600

Posted by Xaus Xavier Nadal 26th on May 2013

Good afternoon.

All lucky that you have Symantec Backup Exec 3600 system (Appliance Symantec Backup with 5.5TB internal disk, 16 GB of RAM and all licenses of Symantec Backup 2012 to copy whatever you want) (For me one of the best in the moment, super intuitive, easy to use and powerful). then I will show how to access the server with embedded (Windows Server 2008 R2) per terminal server or as we call some Remote Desktop.

By default the administration of this operating system is meaningless and we should not access it to configure anything because you can do everything through web access, but there are times when we need to review certain logs, access it to reboot if we had access by web or for some action right now I do not know.

What you have to do is access a session from your Windows Powershell and type the following commands.


wsman set-item: \ localhost \ Client \ TrustedHosts -value "*"

Enter-PSSession -ComputerName <BE3600 server> -configuration Appliance -Credential <Usuario_administrador>


You should answer all the questions that you are appearing with Y, but leeroslas to ensure what you are doing.

Moreover I recommend that if you have got more network cards in the client computer as virtual cards I recommend that deshabilitéis temporarily so that there are no security problems in the powershell and give you an error the above procedure and not ye may remotely access the backup exec desktop.

If you worked everything correctly, you can now be accessed by the server terminal server and do what you want. Especially with caution and knowingly, you can not be touching the configuration of network cards thoughtlessly as you could cause inconsistency in the system and then the backups would not work as they should.

Greetings and see you soon.

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How to do Single Sign On on Terminal Server connections

Posted by albertfr on January 7 2012th


To improve user experience at login time, there is a way to activate "Single Sign on" for Terminal Servers connections.

If you have Windows XP client machine, it requires:

· At Least Service Pack 3.

· At Least Remote Desktop Connection 7.

Once this is installed Then You Have to:

Local Install the following executable as admin user: / files / MicrosoftFixit50588.msi

In every client, XP, Vista, 7, etc .. you need to execute the following registry Modifications:

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Policies \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CredentialsDelegation]
"ConcatenateDefaults_AllowDefault" = dword: 00000001
"AllowDefaultCredentials" = dword: 00000001

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Policies \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CredentialsDelegation \ AllowDefaultCredentials]
"1" = "TERMSRV / <TerminalServer (A)>"
"2" = "TERMSRV / <TerminalServer (B)>"

Reboot computer.

That's all folks. We are waiting your comments bellow. We hope this information will be usable for you.

See you soon MegaCracks.

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Remote Desktop Connection Manager 2.2

Posted by Xaus Xavier Nadal 30th on September 2010


I have long been using this application and I thought proper for non mostrarosla to experience.

The can download from:

It is an application that makes it possible to have all Remote Desktop connections organized into groups, for example I have the following groups of connections.

Active Directory




It is very useful because you can define a user account for each connection group and not have to put credentials every time you have to connect to a remote session. (Please Keep the connections file in a safe place because if you access this file you will be sold and that install this application and import the configuration file will have access to all hosts defined in that file with the password set as a gift) .

You can see a thumbmail of each connection and the server group conectaros globally, ie will not have to conectaros terminal server for each exchange of the organization, only connect to the group by clicking on it will open a window where dispondreis of sitting on all servers group.

Let me know your experiences.

Until next MegaCracks.

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