Remote Desktop Services (RDS)

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Enable Remote Desktop on Remote PC or Server Using Windows PowerShell

Remote Desktop is an essential tool for system administrators and support personnel to connect and interactively manage remote Windows PCs or servers as if sitting in front of the console or monitor. By default, Remote Desktop Services [...]

No Remote Desktop License Server Is Available

After performing rename of Active Directory (AD) domain name, servers which are running Remote Desktop Services may have a bubble shown Notification Area (System Tray) to inform that there is no Remote Desktop license server is available, [...]

Remote Desktop Connection Without Locking Remote Computer Session on Disconnect

When connecting to a remote computer via Remote Desktop Connection (RDC), the Windows operating system will lock the local session on remote computer's console who is logging in with the same user account, interrupting user who is [...]

Freeware to Turn On and Enable Remote Desktop on Another Computer Remotely

Administrators can remotely enable and turn on Remote Desktop (Terminal Services) in remote computer or server in another or off-site location via network to accept incoming RDC connection. However, if manually editing the remote computer registry is [...]

How to Remotely Enable Remote Desktop (RDP Terminal Services) via Registry in Windows 10/8/7/2016/2012/2008/XP

Remote Desktop or RDP service is a free yet useful tool to remotely log on to remote computer and gain full access and privileges as if user is in front of local console. Remote Desktop is also [...]

Install and Enable Remote Desktop in Windows XP Home Edition

Windows XP Home Edition (HE) does not come with or support Remote Desktop, or Terminal Services feature. There is Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) client which allows user to connect to remote host, but now accepting any remote [...]

By |2017-11-28T19:37:02+08:00November 28th, 2017|Categories: Windows|Tags: , , |124 Comments

Workaround for Remote Desktop Client to Connect to Localhost (Local Terminal Server Service)

When user runs Remote Desktop Connection, a RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol, or more commonly known as Terminal Services) client in Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 or later, and attempts to [...]

Turn On or Enable Remote Desktop on Windows

Remote Desktop, also known as Remote Desktop Services (RDS) or Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), is a Windows service that allowed you to remote access or remote control the system from another computer. Useful when you want to [...]

Connect to Remote Computer using Specific Non Standard Port using Remote Desktop Connection Client

The default listening port (3389) for Remote Desktop Services (RDS) or Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) of the computer can be changed to another port number easily. If the Remote Desktop listening port number for the remote computer [...]

By |2016-12-09T08:40:57+08:00December 9th, 2016|Categories: Windows|Tags: , |3 Comments

Modify and Change Remote Desktop Listening Port

Remote Desktop is a multi-channel protocol that allows a user to remote access or connect to a computer which has enabled Remote Desktop server or Remote Desktop Services from another remote computer, through Local Area Network (LAN), [...]