How connect my pc to rdp windows server 2016

Hello I would like to connect my computers to rdp server.

My server is on Windows server 2016

remote. example. com - server
remote. example. com: 3388 - my pc

Would he have a person give me the method for configuring the rdp.

Thank you, thank you!
Alex MetivierAsked:
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This should give you all the information you need:
If you are trying to connect to RDP you can use

Remote Desktop Application or from the command line

mstsc /v:"ServerName" "portnumber"


mstsc /
let me know if you need any additional assistance with this.
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The RDP port is TCP 3389 and not 3388
Mahesh, It doesn't have to be depends on the way your network is configured. I assumed that this author because of the way the question was worded had changed the registry key

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server\WinStations\RDP-Tcp\PortNumber

and changed his RDP port to 3388 as the article shows. In which cases my answer still stands.
but you are right the Default RDP port is 3389
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