I recently changed from verizon to Comcast business as my Internet provider. I successfully change the verizon modem to the Comcast modem and everything seemed to be working fine. However when I try to use remote desktop connection from home to access the windows 2003 server I'm no longer able to do it as I have for the past three years. I am able to access the server from a client computer using rdp but can no longer do it from home. I am able to ping the server IP address from home.
Any suggestions as to why I can no longer connect to the server from home
is your router blocking TCP port 3389 that RDP uses ? or even your service providor
there are details here about changing the port you use for fdphttp://www.petri.co.il/change_terminal_server_listening_port.htm
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