Help me Remote Desktop into different subnets

I have 3 subnets on my network

10.0.0.1 (Original subnet)
10.1.0.1 (Off site MPLS connection)
10.2.0.1 (Off site MPLS connection)

While on 10.0.0.1 I can RDP into any PC inside that subnet but I can't RDP to any PC inside 10.1.0.1 or 10.2.0.1 subnets

While on 10.1.0.1 I can RDP into any PC on 10.0.0.1 as well as any PC on 10.1.0.1

While on 10.2.0.1 I can RDP into any PC on 10.0.0.1 as well as any PC on 10.2.0.1

I would like to be able to RDP into any PC on any subnet, from any other subnet within my network.  

Is this a router problem?  Both off site locations are connected with a Cisco 1800 series router.

There are no hardware firewalls in between the MPLS connections

The error I receive when trying to connect is the standard connection failed message displaying the 3 options to verify I typed the info in correctly or to conatct the systems admin (Me)..

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
ND02GAsked:
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RPPreacherCommented:
Turn off the Windows firewall on the computer that you are connecting to.
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ND02GAuthor Commented:
I've tried that.. Still not connecting
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RPPreacherCommented:
Can you ping it?
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ND02GAuthor Commented:
Yes, I can
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cputech08Commented:
If this network is a member of a Domain, then add "Domain User" in the "Remote Desktop Users".
1) Start, run, type " lusrmgr.msc
2) Click Groups, then Remote Desktop Users, then click add, type Domain Users, enter your user name and password, ok, close, and you should be able to remote into any PC  connected to the network.
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Lordy123Commented:
Try to telnet of of the machines using port 3389.

TELNET IP Address 3389

Let me know if you are able to.

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bbaltasCommented:
I'd like to verify something.
From a PC on the 10.0.0.1 network you can ping PCs on 10.1.0.1 and 10.2.0.1.  
From a PC on the 10.1.0.1 network you can ping PCs on 10.0.0.1 and 10.2.0.1.
From a PC on the 10.2.0.1 network you can ping PCs on 10.0.0.1 and 10.1.0.1.

Please verify this from a PC on each network not from the routers.  

If the above is correct, your routing is okay.

Do you have any access control lists on any routers?
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ND02GAuthor Commented:
After trying every idea posted and tons of others I got frustrated and rewired everything in both offsite network closets.  Someone employed before me must have wired it wrong because now all three locations can RDP without a single issue.  As an added bonus, network speed has increased dramatically for the first location and over two dozen miss wired patch cables have been removed from the other...

No wonder the previously administrator was fired!  Idiot!!
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ND02GAuthor Commented:
Rewireing everything fixed my issue
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