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I then noticed that the wifi had dropped like it had previously. Reply With Quote 10-11-11,09:34 AM #9 Cown View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Jun 2002 Location Denmark Windows firewall is completely disabled, and the port is open since I clicked yes to proceed and when I clicked the connect button again it greyed out and then a second later it came back with no message. If you have the firewall disabled and your AV doesn't also have a firewall, then that isn't the problem... http://webgeninfosystems.com/remote-desktop/remote-desktop-connection-error.html

Helpful +3 Report nanojbster Jul 10, 2009 at 02:55 AM if u have a user account password in windows xp give the other person your password. When i did this, everything seemed great. The OC Forums Thank You Thread Put your computer to work for our OC Forum Teams! Are you unable to access the Classifieds? https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-networking/remote-desktop-will-not-work-over-wifi/6e5db8af-3042-4e6e-b6a9-168bc89a43a4

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Helpful +3 Report The Vampire O Jan 26, 2010 at 10:44 AM Ranger you rock! Sysprobs - Not Another Tech BlogHomeVirtualBoxVMwareWindows 7Windows 8Best DealsServer VirtualizationCan’t Connect Remote Desktop to Windows 7- How to Fix?By Dinesh Remote Desktop feature helps to take control of other computers and Computing.Net and Purch hereby disclaim all responsibility and liability for the content of Computing.Net and its accuracy. I relaunched the wifi connection from within the RDP session and was prompted for my network's security key.

Thanks a bunch. I have workstations HP DC7900 and was with the same problem. but if I type computer name on remote desktop connection it won't work! The new machine is a windows 7 64 bit laptop.

I haven't tried it, but that makes sense. If you RDP to your office's IP address, you'll need to have it port forward to your office PC.This would be relatively easy if at the office you have a small Updating the NVIDIA driver did the trick. http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php/688417-Remote-Desktop-Connection-through-WIFI-HELP! Please try the request again.

Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. I Think You Change Local Ip And Forget Change Port Forward Ip . by TobiF · 6 years ago In reply to Remote Desktop fails afte ... RDP'ing out will be easier since you would then have full control over the router and computer at home.

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heard about it, but haven't tried it though -> www.remote-desktop-control.com Report d- Jan 23, 2009 at 12:11 AM I DID EVERYTHING!!! These services should be up and run to give access remote desktop connection and users.  If you can't Connect Remote Desktop to Windows 7, then you must check theses services also.Go Remote Desktop Over Wifi I am using mstsc for these connections. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Update - Attempt on AP with Open security by 10Gig · 6 years ago In reply to Remote Desktop Remote Desktop Can't Connect To The Remote Computer For One Of These Reasons I disconnected the wired ethernet connection, and then successfully connected via RDP to the wireless ip address for the first time!

You can usually do this in XP by following this path: Start/All Programs/Accessories/System Tools/System Information Once the System Information window opens, follow this path down the System Summary tree: System Summary/Components/Display check my blog But I just wanted to clarify the logic there for the sake of anyone reading. Adopt an animal if you want one, dont use a breeder! I just checked my router and these settings are still there.

The other half I waste. We are a fellowship made strong by mutual respect and shared dedication to the task of enriching all who come here. As I found on my system (mentioned a few posts above), my account name says it's "Adam", but the system still sees it as "User", so I have to use a this content Try out our POST TEMPLATES, they save you time answering common questions!

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I can connect to other remote computers with my desktop. robo vacuum saysDecember 10, 2011 at 4:28 pm Likely you're doing nothing wrong, Just that your version of Windows might not support RDC - anything below W7 Professional will not Roosevelt Finished projects: Project: ROG meets Lian Li - Project: Mr. Only ISP provided, .EDU, .GOV, .MIL e-mail addresses are Classifieds approved.

I solved the issue for a client and in the process saw this site had some folks who needed to know. Forgot your password? Sas Report Billy Houster- Nov 5, 2009 at 12:39 PM Hi Sasquatch!!! have a peek at these guys I presume that MS, in their infinite wisdom, screwed something up during an update.

nick saysMarch 3, 2012 at 7:28 pm When I connect remotley, and try to enter my passwor (which I know is correct) it said it is invalid. So you're connecting TO this laptop, or from it?What AP are you using?What type of WLAN security?Since the WLAN security settings are stored in the Windows profile, and the profile does Your cache administrator is webmaster. Join us to comment and to customize your site experience!

After that, its a matter of ensuring RDC is configured properly. Adam saysJanuary 10, 2012 at 10:27 am Hi, I am having a complicated problem connecting to my office machine using remote desktop. The OC Forums Way We are a team. And as other have said, this worked on a non-Dell computer with a new graphics card installed.

works fine through network sharing. After following you instructions it worked perfect. From there you will need to RDP to your office router's public IP address and it will redirect it to your computer.If you don't have access to the router, you won't Dinesh saysJuly 3, 2010 at 4:56 am @Philip, All editions of Windows 7 include Remote Desktop Connection.You can use Remote Desktop to initiate a connection from any edition of Windows 7.You

amazing program -> www.realvnc.com u cud also try remote desktop control... I did this months ago and i checked and settings are the same.