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Several user systems (Win 10 Pro) sporadically giving RDP 0x112f insufficient memory error RRS feed

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  • The big problem with this is I can't restart people's computers all the time when they're in the middle of work. These aren't server systems, they have working users on them.

    Upon RDP connection attempt, user receives error 0x112f 

    User may be able to establish connection if they retry several times. Maybe not.

    User is able to establish connection after a reboot (reboot which is very unfavorable), BUT once user loses connection or disconnects, attempt to reconnect may result in 0x112f.

    Since via thread at stackoverflow and TechNet, lowering screen resolution "seems to help" although it may be a fluke... however rebooting or reducing the size of data you need to transmit the screen certainly fits with RDP being low on memory.

    I'd like to know if you have any advice or if there is a way to edit the RDP server host memory settings to 100%  prevent this silly problem. The systems have at least 8GB of free RAM 100% of the time.

    There is absolutely no reason RDP server would run out of memory unless it is failing to allocate more RAM for itself as needed.




    • Edited by BeachBaum Wednesday, October 14, 2020 6:21 PM more info
    Wednesday, October 14, 2020 5:59 PM

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