KB3003743 breaks RDP patch... again

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by turducken, Nov 11, 2014.

  1. turducken

    turducken MDL Junior Member

    Nov 27, 2009
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    Today's updates includes KB3003743 and with it comes termsrv.dll version 6.1.7601.18637

    I've attached an unedited x64 version. I'd appreciate any help (new binary or hex edits) to re-enable concurrent RDP sessions.

    anonfiles dot com/file/3a388e0c90c153a0363a73eaba26e540

    On a side note - one of the new updates crashes IE 11 with EMET 5 default settings enabled. Soo much fun lately, looking forward to "rapid updates" in Win 10 /sarcasm
     
  2. akspa420

    akspa420 MDL Novice

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    Why not use RDP Wrapper? It replaces the need to patch termsrv entirely, so you don't have to worry about updates from Microsoft breaking concurrent RDP sessions. It's one of the many tools posted here on MDL.
     
  3. chune

    chune MDL Novice

    Jul 17, 2014
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    Do it yourself?

    find:
    8B 87 38 06 00 00 39 87 ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** **
    replace:
    B8 00 01 00 00 90 89 87 38 06 00 00 90 90 90 90 90 90

    find:
    60 BB 01 00 00 00
    replace:
    60 BB 00 00 00 00

    find:
    50 00 74 18 48 8D
    replace:
    50 00 EB 18 48 8D

    (would post link, but dont have 20 posts)
     
  4. chune

    chune MDL Novice

    Jul 17, 2014
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    I had the issue where users were not prompted for login before starting the RDP Session, so i abandoned it (need to be able to save credentials). Also the RDP checker thing never worked and overall it seemed poorly put together compared to the one-click patcher tools. Now with these updates breaking things AGAIN, i am going to give it another look.
     
  5. chune

    chune MDL Novice

    Jul 17, 2014
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    Hey, RDP wrapper works great on windows 7 pro 64bit =) Im guessing me previous issues were something to do with win 8.1 pro & embedded
     
  6. turducken

    turducken MDL Junior Member

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    Someday I'll try the wrapper. For now the hex edits posted by chune work perfectly.

    I should have searched my old thread before opening this new one :eek:
     
  7. MrLazer

    MrLazer MDL Novice

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    How do we know it's safe? The first thing that came to mind was a Russian hacking site. For someone who doesn't understand the source code, is it safe to use their compiled code (in the Bin directory)?

    Thanks!