Windows Vista RTM (6.0.6000) Remote Desktop broken? Tags: Remote Desktop Internet Service Providers Windows Vista Last response: November 26, 2006 11:54 PM in Windows Vista Share darkstar782 November 19, 2006 4:19:13 PM Build 6000 is the first one I have tried, so not sure if this was in earlier versions.... I have two networks on my computer. One is an internal network in the 10.x.x.x range, one is an external network with an public static IP. (I have a /29 block from my ISP). Windows firewall is disabled, the Vista PC is set to accept connections from any version of Remote Desktop. Port forwarding and NAT is not an issue as I dont use either. No matter if I try to connect from a Vista PC on the 10.x.x.x side or an XP PC from the internet side, I get a "could not connect to the remote computer error". Like I say, I know port forwarding is not an issue as I have a block of 8 IPs from my ISP and one of these is mapped to the computer. Anybody gotten this to work? More about : windows vista rtm 6000 remote desktop broken fattony November 21, 2006 3:06:36 AM RDP uses port 3389, make sure this port is open on all end to end connections if you wonna rule out the isp, put a cross over cable between vista and another station and see if they can first ping each other, then go for the rdp test m 0 l dasickninja November 21, 2006 10:44:45 AM What NIC and router are you using? Just checking for a possible compatibility error. m 0 l Related resources Remote Desktop with Windows Vista - Forum Print to a Vista machine from Windows Server 2003 Remote Desktop - Forum Windows Vista RTM...latest version as of now (dec.7,06)??? - Forum Windows 7 rtm vs vista 64x ultimate - Forum Setting Up the Windows Phone 8.1 Remote Desktop App - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer darkstar782 November 21, 2006 2:19:22 PM Quote:RDP uses port 3389, make sure this port is open on all end to end connections if you wonna rule out the isp, put a cross over cable between vista and another station and see if they can first ping each other, then go for the rdp test I've already said that the servers internet connection has a /29 subnet of 8 IPs and the server has its own internet IP. There are no port forwarding issues. I have also stated that I have also tried via the other network connection on the computer in the 10.x.x.x range. There are no firewalls in place on either connection. RDP works fine if the server runs WinXP (it is set to dual-boot) so the ports must be being forwarded fine and RDP isnt being blocked. The Router is a Cisco 837. The NICs used in the server are the standard Marvell Yukon PCIe GbE adaptors on the P5W DH mobo. The Server has full Internet and LAN connectivity, file and printer sharing etc all work fine. Without remote desktop, I'm back to using WinXP for now m 0 l BassThatHz November 26, 2006 11:54:45 PM Under the advanced tab, set authentication to "always connect"... this worked for me in Vista to XP connections. XP to Vista also works great on my system. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedConfigure Remote Desktop Connection in Windows Server 2008 Forum SolvedRemote Desktop from Windows 8 Forum SolvedNeed Help with Windows Remote Desktop Forum Remote Desktop Connection Version 7 upgrade for Vista Forum SolvedWindows Vista eMachines desktop not booting from disc... Forum remote desktop connection broken. Forum Can you change permissions in windows server 2003 over remote desktop Forum SolvedRemote Desktop, Which Windows 7 Version? Forum SolvedWindows 7 remote desktop via VPN Forum Remote desktop connection stops working on Vista. Please help! Forum Windows Server 2012 Remote desktop alternative Forum my desktop windows vista doesn't access D-link router N-150 ADSL router over IP range 192.168.1.1 please show me how to manual Forum start up repair cant automatically fix this computer it says on windows vista desktop acer aspire Forum SolvedRemote Desktop and Windows 7 Home Premium Forum SolvedCan I upgrade my HP Pavilion desktop from a 32-bit Windows Vista to a 64-bit Windows 7? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows Vista categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security !