On Sun, Mar 11, 2018 at 16:43 Amarjeet Singh <amarjee...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Successful Case :
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>> Mar 11 16:13:10 localhost guacd[29074]: Connected to RDPDR 1.12 as client
>> 0x0016
>> Mar 11 16:13:10 localhost guacd[29074]: Connected to RDPDR 1.12 as client
>> 0x0002
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> Fail Case : Only  client 0x0002 no  client 0x0016
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>> Mar 11 16:14:41 localhost guacd[29292]: Connected to RDPDR 1.12 as client
>> 0x0002
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> Any suggestions why there is above difference ?  Could it be the reason ?
>

This still seems to be something related to Windows and not to Guacamole.
Since you can access the share using \\tsclient, and since it works when
you disconnect from the Guacamole side, and since the Guacamole server
process forks and ends and there is no connection between the different
Guacamole sessions, this really seems to be something with the way Windows
is handling the logoff and successive logon attempts.

Have you tried with different versions, update/patch levels, or even clean
installs of Windows?  Have you tried varying the amount of time between
logoff and the next logon attempt to see if you can find a pattern there?

-Nick

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