I get a server disconnect now that the TS license is expired. When you connect to a terminal server there is a license that is saved to the registry on the connecting machine that has to be renewed or deleted for you to continue to connect. On a windows based PC the key is stored under HKEY_LOCAL-MACHINE/SOFTWARE/MICROSOFT/MSlicensing. All you have to do is delete the key and you have another 23 days or whatever the temp license is good for. I was getting the same message via Pocket Cloud when i connected to our terminal server and now i get a disconnect message. I dont know how to view the registry or hive on Froyo 2.2 Android OS.
Mark, PocketCloud does not save any license information. I'm asking the dev team about this to see if they have any ideas. I assume you can connect from other clients (e.g. other windows PCs) but you get this error message only from PocketCloud, correct?
Can you confirm your version of windows (e.g. 2008?) and that Network Layer Authentication is disabled?
Wyse PocketCloud Team
It is on a Windows Server 2003 r2
x64 standard edition.
This is an a large corporate network network and yes I can connect to this server on all my other PC as well as local terminal. I also can RDP into any other terminal server we have so far.
Key item that I think is causing the issue was the message I received from the terminal server about the license expiring in 2 days. In past posts I explained how we resolve the issue since it is a temp license.
That is why I finally just reset my droid back to factory default last night. I have reinstalled pocketcloud set-up connection and it still is not working. I will have a discussion with our admin group to see what they can look for on the server side.
Thank you for your response