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Access server using RDP on a new port number

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Hi,

I have a dedicated web server that I normally access via RDP on my laptop. I have been asked to change the port on the server firewall to use 3399 instead of 3389 for RDP.

How can I tell my RDP client on my laptop to connect via port 3399? It only allows me to enter the ip address and user credentials.

Thanks
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mstsc /v:<server[:port]>

So for example:

mstsc /v:someserver:3399

To see more options:

mstsc /?
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while accessing RDP session you need to provide port number along with machinename/ ip address

eg: myserver.com:3389

http://haacked.com/archive/2006/10/16/Remote_Desktop_On_A_NonStandard_Port.aspx
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Great, works perfect thank you.
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