I have a vendor that will install a product for me if I turn on Terminal Services, he says.
Is that the same as using Remote Desktop Connection? If I get it setup so I can do that, can he use Terminal Services?
Meanwhile, I've had it on, and I've had pcanywhere on my server in the past, but once we stopped colocation and host them ourselves, we turned it all off. So I need to know how to get it back on.
In my firewalls (software and hardware), I have the Port 3389 TCP and UDP turned on for Terminal Services in the software firewall. In the hardware firewall I have Port 3389 active for the SUA Server. And in Lan to Lan Firewall, I have RDP/TCP/UDP 3389 active from and to any.
Yet, it does not work. Do I need something on in IIS? when I type in the IP address of the server, and select Connect, it errors and says it could not connect. It gives as a possible reason that Remote connections might not be enabled.
Where else should I enable this and am I doing it right so far?