Hello, I respectfully ask if someone can assist me in sniffing out who is "tsclient" on my network.
asked 02 May '12, 10:31
>> From a Windows 7 PC, i open up Windows Explorer and browse the "Network" folder
O.K. that's the important information. Indeed, it could be a system on your network. You can't ping it because name resolution might not work for that machine (DNS and/or Netbios), or it simply does not answer.
If you see that name again, run Wireshark without any capture filter for a few minutes. Then browse the network again. Stop wireshark and try to find that name in the capture file. I'm not sure if you will find anything, as that depends on your networks structure (Domain: yes/no, Windows 2008 Server: yes/no, etc.). In parallel run these commands in a DOS box:
If you can't interpret all that information yourself, do what you can and come back with that information.
Any further ideas?
answered 03 May '12, 07:29
Kurt Knochner ♦