|29 Jan 2010||#1|
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Remote Desktop is killing me!!
After searching for hours i'm about to give up. My problem is that i cannot connect remotely with remote desktop to any of my windows 7 machines. I've got 1 win 7 pro 32 bits and 1 win 7 pro 64 bits.
To make a long story short. I need to remote in from an unblocked port like 80 or 53. I changed the listen port, forward the port in my router, activated the remote connection on both computer. Tried to connect....hold my breath....nothing.
I deactivated the firewall....still no go. It was working fine on my Windows 7 pro 64 bits machine before reinstalling it. So i know my router is configured ok becose it has worked previously on 7 and XP.
If anyone as any suggestion i'm open to hear it. Before you ask, yes i need to change the port for RDP since i need to keep all other ports closed. And no i won't use VNC/TightVNC or any other app since RDP is the fastest of them all and runs natively
So should i consider moving back to Windows NT terminal server edition?
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|29 Jan 2010||#3|
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I'm remoting from work, but i don't want to open port 3389 in the firewall. Anyway this is not the issue since i've been doing this for a year and never had this problem. So i guess it is something I did wrong....twice
The only thing i've change when i think about it is i've installed Avira Antivir instead of avast.....call it a moment of unconciousness
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