Remote Desktop Not Working

I have a server with windows server 2003 installed. After a power failure last night RDP is no longer working.

I checked to ensure the box was checked to allow remote connections, it is, and i have permissions to access the machine.

I also tired "NET START TERMINAL SERVICES" and it says the services are running

I ran a netstat -a -b > C:\log.txt and i could not find "3389" in the file...

Any thoughts? It was working fine yesterday before the power cycle...
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HADDADD3Author Commented:
Well i tested the port and it is not listening on that port.

However the "terminal services" is running

I checked the registry and the port is set to 3389

If you change the port that rdp listens on, maybe that will help;en-us;Q306759

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Check to be sure that the port is open in the firewall.  The firewall may have been turned off before, but was set to autostart upon bootup.
HADDADD3Author Commented:
I should not have to change the port, because there is nothing using that port currently as nestat -a -b has shown...
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