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Symptoms & Summary
Error 3334 Remote Desktop and other critical errors can occur when your Windows operating system becomes corrupted. Opening programs will be slower and response times will lag. When you have multiple applications running, you may experience crashes and freezes. There can be numerous causes of this error including excessive startup entries, registry errors, hardware/RAM decline, fragmented files, unnecessary or redundant program installations and so on.
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Services (Terminal Services) Question 1 Sign in to vote I have a problem. I can connect to server remote desktop error 3334 server 2012 via MSTSC /v:, but I can't connect via RDCM. I receive error 3334. I can connect to other servers in my network. Version od RDCM is 2.2 build 2.426
Edited by pTomic Wednesday, May 28, 2014 5:31 AM Wednesday, May 28, 2014 5:29 AM Reply | Quote Answers 18 Sign in to vote Hi, Thanks for your comment. Do you receive error when connecting through Server 2012\R2? Can you able to connect to earlier version easily? For a try, please check below settings and let us know the disconnected from server error 3334 result. 1. On the system where you run RDCMan, Run "dcomcnfg.exe" 2. Expand Component Services, My Computer, Distributed Transaction Coordinator. 3. Right click on "Local DTC" and select properties. 4. Click the "Security" tab 5. Check the "Network DTC Access" box. 6. Under "Transaction Manager Communication", select the "No Authentication Required" radio button. Source: Remote Desktop Connection Manager can only open 6 sessions at a time on Server 2012 http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/679406ff-4639-46da-b211-3f3bde6bb47e/remote-desktop-connection-manager-can-only-open-6-sessions-at-a-time-on-server-2012?forum=winserverTS Hope it helps! Thanks.Dharmesh Solanki Marked as answer by pTomic Thursday, May 29, 2014 6:34 AM Thursday, May 29, 2014 6:01 AM Reply | Quote Moderator All replies 18 Sign in to vote Hi, Thanks for your comment. Do you receive error when connecting through Server 2012\R2? Can you able to connect to earlier version easily? For a try, please check below settings and let us know the result. 1. On the system where you run RDCMan, Run "dcomcnfg.exe" 2. Expand Component Services, My Computer, Distributed Transaction Coordinator. 3. Right click on "Local DTC" and select properties. 4. Click the "Security" tab 5. Ch
Manager (RDCman version 2.2 availablehere); Error 3334. I have used RDCman for a couple years now and have only recently started having significant problems with it. I do
recall the occasional crash or other error but RDCman for the most
part has be a very reliable tool. Now I canrarely go an hour without encountering a connection error. The issue remote desktop error 4360 seems to strike at random times. And once it strikes, you have to close RDCman disconnecting all of your sessions and start over again. It seems that the bulk of the https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/61f218a5-5ef8-49da-a035-90cdd64fc9a0/problem-with-remote-desktop-connection-manager-error-3334?forum=winserverTS problems started after I upgraded my workstation to Windows 8 and/or some of our servers to Server 2012. I don’t believe it is the actual OS but more likely the change in the Remote Desktop Protocol version because I have seen the issue occur while working off a Windows 7 workstation. I of course did some searching around the internet and found several others http://shawn.meunier.com/ with the same error while using RDCman. I found a few people having the same issue who claimed to have found a solution but none of the suggestions seemed to work for me. In fact a couple seemed to make things worst. After a whole lot of troubleshooting and research, I was able to find a solution that works well for me. The fix is fairly simple to apply however it does require the use of a tool that comes with Visual Studio so you will need an install of that. I used Visual Studio 2012 but older versions probably will work as well. The steps are as follows: Open a VS2012 x64 Native Tools Command Prompt (Run as Administrator). Run the following command (update the end part with the correct path to your RDCman.exe): editbin /LARGEADDRESSAWARE "c:\Program Files (x86)\Remote Desktop Connection Manager\RDCMan.exe" If all goes well, you should receive a success message. Since the update was applied, i have had no issue for a couple of weeks now. I am able to keep several (50+) sessions connected all day without issue. © Copyright 2015 - Tech Tips n Stuff
connect RDP https://www.batchworks.de/fix-rdp-error-3334-in-mremoteng-and-others/ sessions. When using mstsc.exe instead the RDP connection http://forums.visionapp.com/showthread.php?tid=7041 was established correctly.After some research I found the reported mRemoteNG Bug - https://mremoteng.atlassian.net/browse/MR-582 . In the Comments somebody suggested to add the /LARGEADDRESSAWARE flag to the mremoteng.exe binary. Tried it, fixed it!If you haven’t error 3334 Visual Studio installed, here is a link to a modified mremote.exe Version 1.72.It seems that every comparable Software like ASG/Visionapp Remote Desktop, Microsoft Remote Desktop Conection Manger (RDCMan) had the same issue in older versions.Posted in: Common, Terminal ServicesTagged: RDP SharePosted remote desktop error by Andreas RothAndreas RothGoogle+I'm a freelancer specialized on Application Delivery. 2 comments » Write a comment PärReply 17.08.15 @ 08:58Hi! I found this site while searching for this mRemoteNG error code. Do you still have modified version available somewhere? I tried the link but it doesn't work… Thanks!/Pär Andreas RothReply 14.09.15 @ 11:23I updated the link.. Leave a Reply Cancel replyRequired fields are marked *.Name * Email * Website Message *You may use these HTML tags and attributes:
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8 9 10 11 ... 66 Next » Error 3334 (protocol error) Thread Rating: 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average 1 2 3 4 5 Thread Modes Error 3334 (protocol error) Lagune Junior Member Posts: 3 Threads: 1 Joined: Mar 2013 Reputation: 0 #1 12-03-2013, 09:58 AM hi, I've got the following issue : When I connect to 7 windows 2012 boxes I can't open any additional RDP's via ASG RD It errors out with: - Error 3334 - An unhandled exception has occurred "not enough storage is available to process this command" - An error wile trying to connect "Couldn't initialize RDP control" - Event log is raised error from component, out of memory (System.OutOfMemoryException) Things checked: - Storage, have an SSD with ~30 GB free - Memory, have 16 GB with 12% utilization - When I start connecting to Windows 2012 boxes I see the memory of ASGRD72.exe increasing to 2 GB when it craps out, I have a x64 system but VRD is 32 bit, is this because a 32 bit app can only claim 2 GB of RAM ? - When I connect via the normal RDP client (mstsc) it works fine by the way Find Reply DevOma Posting Freak Posts: 5,486 Threads: 29 Joined: Aug 2006 Reputation: 20 #2 12-03-2013, 10:25 AM It seems to be a problem with the 32bit architecture of ASG RD - Win8 / Win2012 consumes a lot of memory for rdp connections even if you diable all properties of rdp protocol - we have to think about this issue and how we can go on with ASG RD in a short term... Regards/Gruss Oliver Find Reply Lagune Junior Member Posts: 3 Threads: 1 Joined: Mar 2013 Reputation: 0 #3 12-03-2013, 10:26 AM hmm, I work in a company with hundreds of servers so it's really crappy at the moment (gonna get even worse when all the servers are win 2012) Find Reply VincentW Junior Member Posts: 2 Threads: 0 Joined: Jun 2013 Reputation: 0 #4 03-06-2013, 12:07 PM We are increasing the number of Windows 2012 servers in our company with a steady growth. We also experience the issue mentioned in this post. I've read something about patch 8 being able to address larger memory areas. Can you tell us whether this patch solves this issue? How many RDP sessions to Windows 2012 server can we keep open with this version? Find Reply DevOma Posting Freak Posts: 5,486 Threads: 29 Joined: Aug 2006 Reputation: 20 #5 03-06-2013, 12:09 PM You can find the patcNo related pages.
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