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Any suggestions? WAY TO GO Ranger Sasquatch you impressed a lot of people and made my life alot easier. Thirdly, make sure that you're not just logged into a administrator account on the computer you are trying to access. 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. his comment is here
thanks for your help My System Specs OS Windows 7 pro Zain View Public Profile Find More Posts by Zain 08 Sep 2010 #8 mw2 Windows 7 Professional 56 posts I like Proxy because of the security layers and the interface. 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. So if you pull them from Nvidia site and have other video problems OR your video goes haywire, look on the computer makers site. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/8461753c-b1f2-49d1-9bc5-1ebf6a373694/can-not-connect-to-xp-machine-with-rdp?forum=itproxpsp
This Computer Can't Connect To The Remote Computer Windows 7
After sending the Google hounds out, scouring the web high and low, only to have them come back with Terminal Server solutions, or 7-year-old articles that concerned Windows 2000, this is Do Morpheus and his crew kill potential Ones? TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds.
TOC Collapse the table of content Expand the table of content This documentation is archived and is not being maintained. Reset Post Submit Post Security Forums Security · 23,409 discussions Malware · 2,752 discussions Piracy · 444 discussions Latest From Tech Pro Research Research: Automation and the future of IT jobs I was using my xp pro E6500 and couldn't get it to connect then found that the W firewall was blocking in conjunction with COMODO and once disabled W it was Remote Desktop Connection Manager The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.
So, select second option which will allow from other versions of windows. Change Rdp Port and I have added an allowance for RDP on the host machine. I have run netstat -a on both machines and port 3389 is listening. These should all be set to Manual.
Ping works sick to happy, but happy to sick ping fails. Teamviewer Report Mike- Jan 12, 2010 08:53AM When we try to connect (using Remote Desktop Connection) to our "new" office Dell (which just replaced an identical Dell Precision 380) the Dell reboots. Ping sick to happy, HAPPY TO SICK PING NOW WORKS. The windows event logs are clear of any messages relating to this issue.
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Thank you very much!!! http://superuser.com/questions/570050/windows-xp-no-rdp-in-but-rdp-out-works How can I declare independence from the United States and start my own micro nation? This Computer Can't Connect To The Remote Computer Windows 7 If you can't access the computer by the network name \\192.168.1.7, then you will not be able to access it from RDC. Remote Desktop Port I'm trying to connect from another machine in the Internal Company LAN on the same IP Subnet.
Remote Desktop connection works with RDP traffic on TCP 3389 port. 3) Allowed Remote Desktop Users This is also one of the reason you should consider when Can’t Connect Remote Desktop this content This all really makes me wonder what part of a video driver interferes with remote desktop. but anyway let's wait for the update, :) Every second counts..make use of it. Any help would be appreciated! Remote Desktop Connection
Another item for many here -- Remote Desktop comes in Windows XP Pro for sure and I think other XP versions with service packs installed. -- If it's not installed then Then there you go! This is an odd one. weblink on xp machine go to cmd type: netstat -an | find /i "listening" check if port 3389 is listening.
I can connect using the IP address, but the network is DHCP, and I would like to connect using the Name of the Windows machine, and not IP address any ideas? Logmein The sick computer will not accept a ping, a telnet or an RDC. (I ONLY care about RDC, though they are likely intimately related. Weird problem why my computer would not connect to any known remote desktop machines/terminal servers, but for some maddening reason this was the solution Helpful +15 Report rhtdm Mar 22, 2010
Check the Allow to log on to Terminal Server check box.
I know it's counterintuitive but this should fix the remote desktop issue with XP machines from dell. 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! i have a desktop with quad-cpu and much bigger memory, and i have another laptop which is old and slow. What Is My Ip If you click your start button it doesn't say "administrator" as the name of the account.
Thanks for progress. amazing program -> www.realvnc.com u cud also try remote desktop control... For the service type, choose TCP protocol. http://fortecrm.net/remote-desktop/cannot-rdp-to-windows-7-machine.html Make sure the user name you are trying to connect windows 7 is in appropriate access group. 4) Remote Desktop Services in Windows 7 All services related to Remote desktop are
Please try the request again. We're dealing with the desktop here.) Where I am: university network, but these features seem to be working with my laptop. It was actually my Windows 7 machine I was trying to RDP from causing the problem. dont know y but it works instantly with a user account password.
Checked all the settings and nothing had changed.