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Failed to take a server RDP.

Logged into VCenter and tried. Able to login to the VM through Open Console. But got an alert stating that

" A connection to the host could not be established ".

what exactly is the error and what is the remedy to solve this issues.
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 1000 total points
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okay, there could be two separate issues here, with networking?

1. can you ping the VM IP Address ?

2. can you telnet to the IP Address

e.g.

telnet <ip address> 3389

IP Address of the VM ?
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by:ashvidra
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@Andrew Hancock

Thank u for your reply

Yes, am able to ping the IP of the VM

when using telnet command

got an error stating " C:\>telnet servername 3339
Connecting To servername..Could not open connection to the host, on port 3339: Connect failed

C:\>telnet servername 23
Connecting To servername..Could not open connection to the host, on port 23: Connect failed

When try to check firewall got an error attached screenshot of the same.

Kindly advice
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Okay, is RDP enabled on the VM ?

Because 3389 is not responding to a TCP connection, it indicates RDP is not listening on the VM or IP Address you are using is incorrect ?
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by:ashvidra
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Andrew hancock : Thank u for ur reply

After rebooting the system for thrice this issue solved
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