View all 8 comments Report nik- Jan 13, 2009 04:15AM u can use RealVNC... I presume you can still RDP into your server? In the Illustration below, you can see that an Systems Administrator can quickly (and securely) get into their corporate offices and do that, system down, no problem, you can fix from Helpful +3 Report jbaillie 2Posts Thursday March 11, 2010Registration date March 11, 2010 Last seen Mar 11, 2010 04:36PM try checking you remote desktop cconnection is enabled on windows Helpful +3 http://jetpackshield.com/remote-desktop/remote-desktop-remote-printing-not-working.html
Edited by cguan Sunday, November 06, 2011 6:40 AM Sunday, November 06, 2011 6:35 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote You're right Cguan, Thank you! When the Welcome page appears, click Perform additional tasks, and then click Setup Remote Desktop Connection as shown below. The next part may look hard, but it’s not really too bad once you understand what everything does. Basically my remote desktop used to work, but suddenly stopped, and I could not figure out how to get it going again.
Any suggestions? Just put 3389 for any port boxes. I believe all my drivers are up to date. The Remote Desktop window will open and you will see the desktop settings, files, and programs that are the system.
I routinely use remote desktop to connect to servers at our office, connect to user's computers to provide tech support and to connect to my personal computer at home to access Thursday, November 03, 2011 12:49 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote what version of RDP is the XP machine using? So, select second option which will allow from other versions of windows. Unable To Log You On Because Of An Account Restriction Not the answer you're looking for?
It works on virtually all windows from 95 on! Windows Xp Home Remote Desktop help please! :( See more Remote desktop connection won't work Remote desktop we could not connect Remote desktop won't work between my home computrs Remote desktop connection not working Remote Desktop To open a saved connection Saved connections are stored in you’re my Documents folder Windows Explorer => My Documents folder Click the .Rdp file for the connection you want to use Use the links I provided in the links and references section to get the clients if you don’t have it currently available on your system.
Network Security & Information Security resource for IT administrators The essential Virtualization resource site for administrators The No.1 Forefront TMG / UAG and ISA Server resource site Cloud Computing Resource Site This Computer Cannot Connect To The Remote Computer I have checked the usual culprits preventing this from working but everything seems good. We are pretty sure the settings are correct but perhaps we have overlooked something. How to Enable NLA at the Level of Windows XP Client NLA support appeared in Windows XP starting from SP3, but it is disabled by default.
By default, remote desktop is disabled in Windows 7. Click Add Service. Remote Desktop Can't Connect To The Remote Computer For One Of These Reasons [email protected] Report Stephen346- Apr 17, 2010 10:37AM Hello, I can connect with the Remote Desktop Connection ... Remote Desktop Windows Xp Update Read More Windows Server 2016 Alive (Part 2) In this article we’ll wrap up the virtualization discussion and then talk about new networking and storage features, as well as what’s new
Go to Computer management, then Services. http://jetpackshield.com/remote-desktop/remote-desktop-not-working-xp-pro.html Helpful +1 Report Dexter Jul 3, 2010 01:48AM First go to your computer then go to start> Control panel > System> remote setting then check the "Allow users to connect remotely pc's rule!! Snipergod87Apr 9, 2010, 11:34 AM lol! The Remote Computer Requires Network Level Authentication Xp
I don’t recommend checking the ‘Save my password’ check box because if your system becomes compromised, your servers (or other systems) have now become exposed to the Hacker. If you want to give an non-administrator account remote desktop access, then click that button and add the user. Lo and behold, this was the answer. http://jetpackshield.com/remote-desktop/remote-printing-not-working-remote-desktop.html Need anymore help just email me.
This computer is known as the host. Remote Desktop Windows 7 But nothing I tried cold get the asus to go. I should have suspected that it was larger than dell lagging on updating their drivers : ).
Read More Check Object Replication Status across Active Directory Forest Tip explains how you can check object replication status Active Directory forest... If it's not there then select "Install" then "Protocol" -- select it and make sure it is installed and check marked. Fourth don't type in computer name in the "remote desktop connections" window. Change Rdp Port In order to connect, go to the other computer and click on Start, All programs, Accessories, Communications, and Remote Desktop Connection.
In addition to the IP Address field, you’ll also see Default Gateway, this is your router. Either by create a firewall exception or disable the firewall altogether. Proposed as answer by Marcudemus Tuesday, April 23, 2013 9:45 PM Marked as answer by arnavsharmaMVP, Moderator Tuesday, July 09, 2013 9:05 AM Tuesday, November 08, 2011 2:27 PM Reply | http://jetpackshield.com/remote-desktop/remote-desktop-alt-tab-not-working.html Once you have put in your credentials and all other pertinent information, Click Connect.
updated the nvidia card for a non dell XP machine, and it worked! Type in the IP of the machine. Latest Contributions The Importance of Network Redundancy 15 June 2010 Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows 7 and Windows Servers 20 April 2010 Top 5 Networking Issues with Windows Clients 3 Could we parallax measure stars just based on the Earth's size?
I was told that you can use Home version to connect to Business/Pro versions, but you can't connect Home version to Home version. Through Google, I found this thread and followed your instructions. that means something was not configured correctly. Click Apply and you’re done!
When the installation wizard starts, follow the directions that appear on your screen. Stephen [email protected] Helpful +18 Report Sasquatch Sep 20, 2009 08:14PM Update your Nvidea display drivers with the latest for your chipset from the Nvidea site. Thanks so Much! Uttam Report hkon- May 23, 2010 05:10PM this is exactly what sorted it for me Helpful +6 Report anon Jan 8, 2009 07:02PM XP has remote desktop in sp2 or sp3,
on xp machine go to cmd type: netstat -an | find /i "listening" check if port 3389 is listening. To do it: In HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\SecurityProviders, edit the value of SecurityProviders key by adding credssp.dll at the end (separated from its current value by comma) Then in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Lsa add the line tspkg If you click your start button it doesn't say "administrator" as the name of the account. I was getting frustrated that I could not get it to work after 2.5 hours.
Enable Your Computer as the Host Before you use Remote Desktop, your systems have to be set up properly to allow it to be ‘controlled’. Methinks logmein is getting to successful for their own connection. 1 2 Next Ask a question Members get more answers than anonymous users. Your request will now be sent to the system you want to connect to. Thanks again!
Sas Report ClzcntE- Dec 16, 2009 06:26PM Hey Ranger.