i had to install an linux based server, so after facing many problems over and over again, i finally managed to overcome all of them
so now i was configuring the xrdp and at the first look, everything worked fine, but then came the problem i cant find a way to fix it at all
here at my work we have lots of computers, and only 2 of them run linux, the rest is all windows, and them problem is at UI remote conection between windows/linux
when some1 use windows native remote app, that person can connect without problems, you can even share files with the remote computer (the server one) by the thinclient thing, but just at the very first time..
when a user ends his session, later, after coming back and starting a new session, at trying to open the thinclient_drives again, its doesnt work
the user receive the following error: error message without handling: error getting information for the file. Endpoint transport is not connected.
i didnt get it at all, because the first time some1 logs in, it works perfectly, you can even quit the remote conection without ending your session and coming back later, and everything will still working
however, if you do finish your session and log back again later, it doesnt work anymore until server reboot
i tried lots of stuff, i first tought it was some hidden session left behind, i even tried rebooting the xrdp, but the problem didnt got fixed at all
i also tried umounting, but it doesnt let me umount the thinclient
i tried the command "ps aux" to see all process runing, and killed a lot of them, trying to fix without reboot, but no success
no matter how hard i try, i cant find whats is going on, i know it might be some hidden process left i cant see or something else, but i dont know how to find it if it is something like that
the only solution for now is not fishing a session while leaving the remote connection, otherwhise the server has to be rebooted
at reboot, thinclient works fine again, but just once, then the same thing happens all over again
any tips on what's causing all of that or how to fix it?