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I've found a workaround for this problem when there is no access to VPN server: set up Teamviewer disconnect RDP connect via Teamviewer connect to VPN disconnect Teamviewer connect via RDP continue working as used to


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I found a solution to make it work. My work laptop need to be connected to a vpn with cisco any connect . And I wanted to connect to my work laptop using remote desktop to have a better experience with my home PC mouse and keyboard and a bigger screen. I had this error after the VPN was connecting: Vpn establishment capability from a remote desktop is ...


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Does qwinsta /server:servername work? If sessions are constantly changing this may assist in determining the new sessions.


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You should not be using an RD Gateway at all to connect to an Azure virtual machine. I'm guessing you might have the RD Gateway configuration left over from something at your work, maybe? If you go to the Advanced tab in your Remote Desktop Connection, then click the "Settings" button under "Connect from anywhere," set the radio button back to ...


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Do not forget about Microsoft's Remote Desktop Connection Manager especially because it can successfully bypass admin's restrictions regarding interactive passwords supply and connect you (directly, no relaying, at least in v2.2) to the defined groups of servers. Handy very much.


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The problem was base on target network configurations. The target network was configured for 2 IP address with 2 gateway which the gateways make wrong routing to target.


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Creative solution time: have users log in to a webpage that adds the ip of their device to the list of firewall exceptions temporarily before using RDP. Any users that don't first log in to this won't be able to access RDP from the outside. Maybe even include a pick your own TTL option for users that know how long they'll need the connection. You can include ...


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Due to your budget, make a firewall rule on your router to allow only the 3389 traffic coming from the WAN IP of those worker. SOHO cant do that, you need an business entry router, and that mean static IP for them.


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Close the RDP ports on your firswall and have those few users that need it connect through a VPN. With the number of bots hammering at RDP servers these days I get nervous exposing it to the internet in the first place. Even if all your users have great passwords attackers can still flood logs or trigger lockout policies. So this also removes come security ...


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If the guest network is currently NAT, switch to bridged. Confirm the guest and/or VMware are not listening for RDP on the same address as the host, thereby stealing the port.



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