Suddenly fails to RDP to any server #717

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madchap opened this Issue Jan 5, 2016 · 6 comments

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@madchap
madchap commented Jan 5, 2016

Hi all,

I've been running Remmina for months, and all of a sudden today, I can't RDP to any of my Windows Servers. I even had a session running when that happened. No updates on the servers themselves (for too long actually ;-))

I am running on Linux Mint 17.3., and have just installed the PPA next repo, and upgraded to the latest 'next' version. I upgraded because the stable version of the ubuntu/mint repo failed before, and I thought the update would help me.

➜ ~ dpkg -l |grep -i remmina
ii remmina 1.1.2-ppa1+813+next+201601042336ubuntu14.04.1 amd64 remote desktop client for GNOME desktop environment
ii remmina-common 1.1.2-ppa1+813+next+201601042336
ubuntu14.04.1 all common files for remmina remote desktop client
ii remmina-plugin-rdp 1.1.2-ppa1+813+next+201601042336~ubuntu14.04.1 amd64 RDP plugin for remmina remote desktop client

FreeRDP libs
ii freerdp-x11 1.2.0git20150207+dfsg-0trusty2 amd64 RDP client for Windows Terminal Services
ii libfreerdp-plugins-standard:amd64 1.2.0
git20150207+dfsg-0trusty2 amd64 RDP client for Windows Terminal Services (plugins)
ii libfreerdp1:amd64 1.2.0~git20150207+dfsg-0trusty2 amd64 RDP client for Windows Terminal Services (library)
ii libpam-freerdp 1.0.1+13.10.20130724-0ubuntu1 amd64 PAM Module to auth against an RDP server using FreeRDP

[16:11:03:977] [4497:213464832] [INFO][com.freerdp.client.common.cmdline] - loading channel cliprdr
[16:11:09:736] [4497:213464832] [ERROR][com.freerdp.core] - credssp_recv() error: -1
[16:11:09:736] [4497:213464832] [ERROR][com.freerdp.core] - freerdp_set_last_error 0x20009
[16:11:09:736] [4497:213464832] [ERROR][com.freerdp.core.transport] - Authentication failure, check credentials.If credentials are valid, the NTLMSSP implementation may be to blame.
[16:11:09:736] [4497:213464832] [ERROR][com.freerdp.core.connection] - Error: protocol security negotiation or connection failure

Of course, it truly impacts me in my work :-/

Thanks for your feedback and help.
Best,
fred

@giox069
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giox069 commented Jan 5, 2016

It seems it's a gnome keystore backend migration problem, read the last antenore post on issue #679
The workaround is... re-input all your passwords.

@madchap
madchap commented Jan 5, 2016

Well, it started failing before I do any kind of upgrade. As a matter of fact, I just upgrade to Mint 17.3 30mn ago, to see if that would help as well.

If the fact of simply retyping the password in remmina should fix it, then it is not the problem, same issue. Sorry, but thanks for the super quick response!

I will continue investigating at this very moment, as I need to get it working to get work done...

Cheers,
fred

@madchap
madchap commented Jan 5, 2016

I have just removed entirely the .remmina folder, so now empty of any saved connections I had and performed a quick connect thus re-entering all info. Same issue.

@giox069
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giox069 commented Jan 5, 2016

Does remmina ask you to enter password when connecting for a second time to the same server ? It should ask it again after the 1st failed authentication.
Also please keep looking at the terminal window output: freerdp_set_last_error 0x20009 means that authentication failed.
[16:11:09:736] [4497:213464832] [ERROR][com.freerdp.core] - freerdp_set_last_error 0x20009 [16:11:09:736] [4497:213464832] [ERROR][com.freerdp.core.transport] - Authentication failure, check credentials.If credentials are valid, the NTLMSSP implementation may be to blame.

@madchap
madchap commented Jan 5, 2016

OK.. I feel stupid.

I don't know what happened today, but I just asked a colleague to reset my password to the same password I had, and I could connect.

Jeez, I am so sorry about that.

Thanks a lot for your quick response though. That rocked :-)

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@giox069
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giox069 commented Jan 5, 2016

👍 :)

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