@Mike,

> Where specifically is "G on Guacamole RDP" not showing after you reconnect?


 It is not showing inside the RDP [ Remote Windows  Operating System ].
Neither in  "This PC " nor  in "Devices and Drives" and "Network Locations".

I would also check the event viewer within the Windows machine in question.
> There may be error messages from the RDP service that clarify things.


I will check the above and update the same.


On Sun, Mar 11, 2018 at 2:48 PM, Amarjeet Singh <amarjee...@gmail.com>
wrote:

> In this case, are you logging off entirely from the Windows session
>> (clicking "Log off" within the start menu), or are you disconnecting,
>> allowing the Windows session to remain running (clicking "Disconnect"
>> within the "Log off" menu within the start menu)?
>
>
> I am logging off by  clicking "Log off" within the start menu.
>
>
> On Sun, Mar 11, 2018 at 2:26 PM, Mike Jumper <mike.jum...@guac-dev.org>
> wrote:
>
>> On Fri, Mar 9, 2018 at 4:50 AM, Amarjeet Singh <amarjee...@gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>>> ...
>>>
>> I am logging off the user from the Windows 2008 R2 Standard  and
>>> Guacamole shows pop-up either to reconnect or logout.
>>>
>>
>> In this case, are you logging off entirely from the Windows session
>> (clicking "Log off" within the start menu), or are you disconnecting,
>> allowing the Windows session to remain running (clicking "Disconnect"
>> within the "Log off" menu within the start menu)?
>>
>> If I *reconnect the session then device redirection fails *(  G on
>>> Guacamole RDP  drive doesn't show ) but I can access it from the Menu box .
>>>
>>>
>> Where specifically is "G on Guacamole RDP" not showing after you
>> reconnect?
>>
>> If I logout and connect again then it shows the *G on guacamole RDP*
>>> drive and I can also access it from the Menu box.
>>>
>>>
>> This does not sound like something that could be a bug in Guacamole.
>> Guacamole is not doing anything differently between your various connection
>> attempts. The only variation is in state within the RDP server, thus that
>> is where the problem likely lies.
>>
>> No error in the logs .
>>>
>>>
>> I would also check the event viewer within the Windows machine in
>> question. There may be error messages from the RDP service that clarify
>> things.
>>
>> - Mike
>>
>>
>

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