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Remote Desktop on Raspberry Pi OS 32Bit

In the past, i have been able to setup and use MS RDP to connect to Raspberry PI OS 32Bit without issue following varies articles such as 

https://garywoodfine.com/how-to-enable-remote-desktop-on-raspberry-pi/

But with the latest Raspberry PI OS releases have not been able to connect - get the following timeout error. -- see below:

Process to follow:  

Use Raspberry Pi Imager v1.62 -- create boot media using release 2021-10-30

Boot up system -- run updates - create passwords  --  and run following commands

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get upgrade

sudo apt-get install tightvncserver

sudo apt-get install xrdp

Launch Remote Desktop and attempt to connect. RDP seems to hang for a while then kicks out error below: 

If i pull out a image that i setup six months ago -- have no issues setting up.

Any thoughts on why the latest Raspberry PI OS image does not work with RDP.

Yes, I know i can use VNC but the question is RDP --- Is there a fix or other work around. 

Thoughts 

Dan 


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I see port 3350 which is not the Default RDP Port. 3389 is the Default.
Also... I see 127.0.0.1 which is localhost. You should be connecting to a remote host which is not 127.0.0.1.
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Strivoli -- that is the Error that pops up. Yes of course i attempt to RDP to Actual IP of the Raspberry PI. You may have something on the port??? can you elaborate more? I can RDP to a pre release 2021-10-30 image without issue. Then using the same RDP setting / client -- RDP to a alternate IP 2021-10-30 image and get the error shown in my original question. Any Ideas where to go next.???
Dan
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Does anyone have any input on this
Let me know -- Thanks - Dan 
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