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What is meant by 'Term Servers'? We are not currently able to scan Core editions of Windows.
If this is a supported version of Windows (see http://xml.shavlik.com/data/supportedproducts.htm), try the following:
Ensure that you are able to successfully (and correctly) resolve the machines in question via DNS from the console machine (i.e. 'nslookup machinename' and 'nslookup machineIP').
Attempt to connect to the machines registry via the Windows Registry Editor on the console machine and ensure that you can browse both of the connected hives.
Specify admin credentials for the machine (within the machine group) using the credentials with which you are currently logged on to the console, and test.
As mentioned, all of my 2003 servers had no problem, the 2008 servers (running Terminal Services) both report the exact error. Yes I have already connected to both machines Registries from the console machine and can open the 2 hives.
Nslookup correctly resolves the 2 machines by both name and IP.
I am using the domainadministrator account on both the console and as the credentials.
Is there something different about connecting to Win 2008, maybe the 2008 Win Firewall blocking ports?
For some reason the 2008 servers you have to input the domain name. The 2003 servers will use the default of .administrator.