There are a couple of things that can affect Windows 2000+ Terminal Server disconnects.
- Make sure you have all of the disconnect settings set to "Never".
- Make sure you have a quality connection between the client and the server. Flaky connection=frequent disconnects.
- You probably want to enable the Keep Alive mechanism. See the Microsoft KB article 216783 for details.
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