No, create an account now. Similar Topics Remote desktop problem on WIndows XP Mar 31, 2009 Remote Desktop still won't connect! It has always had Norton Corp 8 in the> system since 2 years ago. I can RDP properly to my Windows 7 machine perfectly. get redirected here
You can figure out the IP address of your router by going to any computer on your network (that you want to connect into) and opening the command prompt like we This is an odd one. updated the nvidia card for a non dell XP machine, and it worked! Rdp 7.1 Download Please help!
Report ]]]]]]- Jul 7, 2010 10:18AM Helpful +2 Report ted Dec 10, 2009 01:42PM I actually really appreciated the support and interface of Proxy Network's PC remote access and think you Windows Xp Rdp Client 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. No problem! I did a telnet to the address: 192.168.2.21:3389 and it seemed to connect (192.168.2.21 is the address of the XP machine) Thank you for all of your help, it isappreciated!
To change any options here, first press ‘Change Settings' button and change.Remote Desktop connection works with RDP traffic on TCP 3389 port.3) Allowed Remote Desktop UsersThis is also one of the Rdp Not Working Server 2008 Please try connecting again later. The last thing that needs to be done in order for Remote Desktop to work correctly is to tell Windows that we want to allow users to connect remotely. Privacy Please create a username to comment.
Then you should be able to rdp into it barring firewall/networking/account/password problems. Thanks a lot! Remote Desktop Connection Not Working Windows 7 Plus, the port number that should be open on the firewalls differs from one virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) product to the next. Remote Desktop Not Working Windows 10 Thursday, November 03, 2011 2:14 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote The version of RDC on the XP machine(client I'm trying to connect too) is this: Shell Version
Both station have allow users to connect remotely along with allow for remote assistance. Helpful +43 Report helpdesk Dec 17, 2008 12:15AM You need to right click my computer go to properties, go to remote tab, enable remote connections on both machines. I added my user which is not the general admin account. useful reference Also -- If you run Windows 7 on one machine it will connect to the XP machines using Remote Desktop -- BUT not the other direction..
dont know y but it works instantly with a user account password. Rdp This Computer Can't Connect To The Remote Computer heard about it, but haven't tried it though -> www.remote-desktop-control.com Report d- Jan 23, 2009 12:11AM I DID EVERYTHING!!! have you define any policy to disable RDP.
Other Windows 7 machines were able to remote to the XP Pro machine in question (among others) just fine. No firewall and port is open. Ask ! Can't Connect To Remote Desktop Windows 10 The Tip #2 (about the firewall) saved me a lot of time and helper to finish my work on schedule.
I knew Netopia calls these “Pinholes” and on Linksys it might be called a “Service”. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special offers. Sas Report Ranger Sasquatch 5Posts Thursday November 5, 2009Registration date December 16, 2009 Last seen › Billy Houster - Nov 5, 2009 06:43PM BTW, I've just joined the site as Ranger this page It said that my user was already configured to access the machine remotely, but I went ahead and added myself anyway, and as soon as I did, voila!! (as they say)
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