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    Wyse E02 zero clients on WMS2011 major issue.

    Got a major problem with my Wyse E02 clients on Windows multipoint server 2011 Premium, the servers have been running fine for weeks until the clients were assigned to them, no randomly when assigning the network clients to the server it'll add 2-3 sometimes more to the server, and at the point that it's adding the drivers for each client the server crashes out, black screen, no response on local keyboard or mouse but the event viewer is still accessible remotely. The following appears in the event viewer:
    ErrorID 3 NUserver64 <9948DC00_2> Connect time-out.
    ErrorID 4 NUserver64 <9948E100_3> Disconnect time-out. S_Removal.
    ErrorID 4 NUserver64 <9948E100_3> Connect fail.
    ErrorID 4 NUserver64 <9948E100_3> Disconnect fail.

    Does anyone have any experience of this problem? Google is no help.

    EDIT: SOLVED IT! It appears that the Intel HD4000 embedded graphics conflicts with the Wyse driver or isn't fully compatible with multipoint server, soon as i put a simple little ATI HD4350 in there everythings working a treat, thank **** for that.
    Last edited by mrbios; 24th August 2012 at 01:11 PM.

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