When I> > disconnect my laptop> > from the LAN, go someplace and use its modem to dial-up the internet,> > I do still get the internet RDC page up on My office has dynamic IP > (unfortunately), but the IP hasn't changed in months.> > I've followed all the directions about setting up my main computer to > receive RD. the name of my office PC - I just> type in its name right?, not the IP address of its network card which> is 192.168.0.xxx) there is no connection.No, you cannot SimonNov 1, 2004, 3:49 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.work_remotely (More info?)Thanks for that. http://deftmag.com/the-client/the-client-could-not-establish-a-connection-to-remote-computer.html
If from one network you cannot connect and from another you can then it is more likely to be a firewall issue. You can find this at "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server\WinStations\RDP-Tcp". Ours works inside the firewall, but not outside. the name of my office PC - I just type in its name right?, not the IP address of its network card which is 192.168.0.xxx) there is no connection.The office LAN
Microsoft provided me with a hotfix article #321624, which should have resolved my problem, as this article discribes the symptoms I am experiancing. I AM able to connect to my second office computer from computer 1, but I cannot go from computer 2 to computer 1. I have checked the FIPS Security level which is set to disabled. Initiated traffic is > always allowed but incoming traffic needs to be allowed (create rule)> > If you are connecting from computer1 to computer2 this works fine.
When you > go the other way around this doesn't work. Hello and welcome to PC Review. I am using a cable connection. If you are experiencing a similar issue, please ask a related question Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity SpiderOakOne on Server 2012 will not reliably run in CLI mode 2
I've even connected to a > > > clients computer from computer 2, then tried to use the IP address to connect > > > to my main computer through RD, use the IP address obtain to RDP instead of the computer name...still the same issue?...run on command prompt IPCONFIG /release , then IPCONFIG /renew. Further prior to doing this I was having no problem connecting from my work computer to my home. mattski 3 years ago disable Firewall and try again.
The most likely causes for this error are: 1) The servers are too busy to service your request. 2) The machine is not part of the farm. I have the router configured to "Always Allow"> > incoming and outgoing RD requests on port 3389.> > That's not enough: in the router you need to port-forward TCP port 3389 Legal | Feedback 8971ac5 Tue November 1 16:43:30 EDT 2016"www.itninja.com Log in Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors The initial internet page opens fine to input the RD Web Connection server info, but can never connect.Have you in Network Connections in properties for your modem gone to Networking|TCP/IP Properties|Advanced|WINS
Get 1:1 Help Now Advertise Here Enjoyed your answer? http://www.kb.parallels.com/en/123257 The only difference with working remote is that when you connect from a remote location you have to pass the office router and instead of a NIC you are using a Within the connections properties, the Security\Encryption level on this server was set to "FIPS compliant". (All other TS servers in the enterprise were at "High".) Apparently many of the older clients Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions.
Thanx in advance ready Reply With Quote 07-06, 02:10 AM #2 Re: The client could not establish a connection to the remote computer How soon does it disconnect? http://deftmag.com/the-client/the-client-could-not-establish-a-connection-to-the-remote.html there should be 3 check boxes. Monday, April 12, 2010 3:49 PM Reply | Quote Answers 0 Sign in to vote Hi there, you'll have to rule out few issues. 1: Check the Terminal Services device services Thanks. 0 LVL 1 Overall: Level 1 Message Expert Comment by:Vee_Mod ID: 205596102008-01-01 Closed, 500 points refunded.
I AM able to connect to my second office computer from computer > > > 1, but I cannot go from computer 2 to computer 1. Please suggest me any solution to fix this issue without rebooting the server. When my laptop is physically connected to the LAN by ethernet the Remote Desktop Web Connection works fine. this content Get an assigned IP-adress/name resolution adress (DNS) from the dial-in > server.> > > "Simon" wrote:> > > I have the same problem.
Have you also checked the checkbox > in system properties remote TAB which allows remote desktop connections and > did you add a user which you use to connect?> > When by pharstvedt · 8 years ago In reply to a bit late I am having the same issue here the last two reboots this week. The only thing that I can think of is that possibly there is a network setting, or security setting that isn't loaded directly at boot time (giving me the window to
Answered 08/20/2013 by: ekgcorp Please log in to comment butheman 3 years ago There is no one RDP to the PC. Regards, P. We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions. My office has dynamic IP > > (unfortunately), but the IP hasn't changed in months.> > > > I've followed all the directions about setting up my main computer to >
Do I need to make sure that certain ports are open somewhere?Pulling hair...thanks for your help! 11 answers Last reply Nov 3, 2004 More about client connect remote computer SimonNov 1, I have the router configured to "Always Allow" incoming and outgoing RD requests on port 3389. When I disconnect my laptop > from the LAN, go someplace and use its modem to dial-up the internet, I do > still get the internet RDC page up on the have a peek at these guys I've even connected to a clients computer from computer 2, then tried to use the IP address to connect to my main computer through RD, but still get the same error
I added a .pfx certificate to the personal store of the computer certificate store and bound the rdp service to the new SSL. If the server is idle too long the NIC card sleeps and cannot be woken up remotely...hence one not being able to connect.
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