I currently have multiple servers/environments with the exact same problem
the users (sometimes) aren’t reconnected to their existing/disconnected sessions.
This is the setup:
- All 2008 R2 machines.
- Token redirection.
- 4 Terminal servers.
- NLB for load balancing.
- RD connection broker installed on the domain controller.
- All terminal servers are in the same farm.
- All terminal servers are member of the Session Broker Computers group (including the domain controller).
On the domain controller I see the following error:
Event ID: 802
RD Connection Broker failed to process the connection request for user ----.
Load Balancing failed OR Specified endpoint could not be found.
HRESULT = 0x80070515.
On the terminal servers I see two types of errors:
Event ID: 1296
Remote Desktop Connection Broker Client failed while getting redirection packet from Connection Broker.
HRESULT = 0x80070515
Event ID: 1306:
Remote Desktop Connection Broker Client failed to redirect the user ---.
HRESULT = 0x80070515
The network connection between all servers seems fine when I ping them.
Also all servers are virtual machines running on Hyper-V.
Does anybody know how to resolve these errors?
I have exaxt the same issue here reported by SCOM07R2 for our ConnectionBroker,
Ereignis-ID: 802 -- Beschreibung: Fehler des Remotedesktop-Verbindungsbrokers beim Verarbeiten der Verbindungsanforderung für Benutzer INTERN\Administrator.8
HRESULT = 0xffffffff80070515.
However, connections to the servers are fine.
Same problem here. The only difference in setup as described by Luuk-B is that we do not use NLB and RD connection broker server is a virtual server. So far we did not found any workaround except manually log off user from current session.
Any help appreciated.
Somehow we missed the Gp setting: Computer Configuration / Administrative Templates / Windows Components / Remote Desktop Services / Remote Desktop Session Host / RD Connection Broker / Use RD Connection Broker load balancing . Changed from Disabled to Enabled and gpupdate / force on RD session hosts put the trouble away !