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I am having trouble logging on to a Remote Desktop connection ...   the same destination works on some clients, but not others

environment: windows 8

i've deselected the network level authentication setting

i use the same credentials on different computers and can connect on one but cannot connect on two others

-dave j
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Elmar-H earned 500 total points
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Please specify your environment. look at your firewall. try to open the firewall on the destination host.

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by:David
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i tried to disable the firewall and it did not work .... it hangs at the authentication step

as if i mistyped the un/pw or something ... but i've tried it several times im sure i didn't misspell

-dave j
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by:David
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i tried to disable the firewall which didn't work.... but when i opened that specific (remote desktop connection) port in the firewall ... it let it through

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