We have invested in a virtual server host, a really cool machine with Dual Quadcore XEON processors and 16 GB memory (yes, I am some what of a techno-geek). To be able to use it properly, I wanted to install Virtual Server 2005 R2.
Not so easy. I connected with remote desktop and tried to install virtual server, but I just couldn’t get it to work properly, so I went out on the net and looked for a solution.
The result was that I found that you cannot install or run the virtual server web interface using remote desktop if you do not connect as “console”. Weird, but that’s what I found.
So, how to connect with remote desktop as “console” (that is ID 0). If you like your command prompt, you’ll know that Remote Desktop is called “mstsc” just, use that with the switch “/console” and you will connect as console.
Personally I like to make things simple, why I have made a small bat-file with the following content:
mstsc %1 /console
Then I just drag-n-drop my rdp-file ontop of the batfile. This will result in a console connection to the server set in the rdp-file.
I hope this helps!
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Consultant