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rdp was working, now its not

Posted on 2012-04-12
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i have a server 2008 box and RDP was working fine but now its not, i cannot even get in locally using the computer name or IP address. i checked to make sure RDP was on and the firewall was allowing it, everything looks normal.

any tips?
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please check against the point to confirm RDP settings in below link
http://www.mywebhostingblog.net/hosting-security/check-list-for-remote-desktop-not-working/
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Try browsing to canyouseeme.org to check if the port is open

I had a similar issue to this,

If i remember rightly,

1. Disable RDP
2. Delete the key at "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server\WinStations\RDP-Tcp"
2. Reboot
3. Enable RDP
4. Reboot again
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JUST BACK UP THE KEY BEFORE YOU DELETE IT!
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