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This all really makes me wonder what part of a video driver interferes with remote desktop. Last edited by Cown; 10-13-11 at 03:25 PM. is it the same copy? Sandy saysNovember 9, 2011 at 2:49 am Thanks a lot. http://mozrc.com/remote-desktop/identifying-remote-computer-for-remote-desktop-connection.php

NacRunoJun 18, 2011, 4:20 AM I have the exact same problem. On my desktop, I can see the laptop in the network so I know it's on the same network. Alan saysDecember 11, 2011 at 6:04 pm I am having trouble connecting to remote desktop.My host is running windows 7 profession and my laptop is running windows 7 home premier. I tried RDP on my home network from an XP machine, or from 2 android devices like i had been able to do previously. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-networking/remote-desktop-will-not-work-over-wifi/6e5db8af-3042-4e6e-b6a9-168bc89a43a4

Remote Desktop Over Wifi

Its all done internal on the network and doesn't need to go through the routers firewall to the wlan. Do I need to do anything else? Reply With Quote 10-12-11,04:46 PM #16 deathman20 View Profile View Forum Posts High Speed Senior Join Date Aug 2002 Location Where the Cheese Heads Live Sorry if this was already I can ping my IP address assigned, can't ping my...

Click here to find out why! Type in the IP of the machine. It has been configured so Windows manages the connections. that did the trick!

If I try to connect to my main PC with the HTPC, then there are no problems, everything works fine, but if I try to connect to the HTPC with my Report emc- Mar 5, 2009 at 03:37 PM You said you have this working perfectly. SP3 and latest HP drivers installed.2.) No issue with RPD to or from over Wireline.3.) No issue with RDP to other PCs over WiFi.4.) Wireline physically disconnected during WiFi testing and There should be one labeled "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" - make sure it is checked.

Both are using Windows 7 Ultimate (the Lenovo is 64bit, the HP 32bit). Updates frequently address lateblooming bugs. Network & Sharing Our Sites Site Links About Us Find Us Vista Forums Eight Forums Ten Forums Help Me Bake Network Status Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies Windows 7 Forums I control router at my office and my home and nothing has changed on either network.

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Does anyone know what I'm doing wrong? http://www.techrepublic.com/forums/discussions/remote-desktop-fails-after-login-only-when-on-wifi/ Purchased an new inexpensive Belkin Connect AP, needed a spare anyway. Remote Desktop Over Wifi I spend half my money on CPUs, GPUs, and Liquid Nitrogen. Remote Desktop Can't Connect To The Remote Computer For One Of These Reasons 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

It may be a case of certificate error/mistrust,etc. http://mozrc.com/remote-desktop/remote-desktop-connection-error.php Jocelyne saysMarch 29, 2012 at 1:57 pm I have the same problem since I have installed Winodws 7 64 bit cannot connect via VPN and remote desktop. Wallmount - Project: MILK on the Wall Facebook page: Cownbuilds Reply With Quote 10-11-11,12:17 PM #12 Cown View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Jun 2002 Location Denmark The If say it has Win7 and your using a Vista PC to connect it won't work.

Checked all the settings and nothing had changed. Using VPN and remote access from your vista home os to an xp os computer? Report OldandGray 2Posts Monday March 8, 2010Registration date March 8, 2010 Last seen - Mar 8, 2010 at 05:24 AM If anyone has gone the video driver route and still have his comment is here Thanks a lot!

etc. Here it is quoted to close out this case:http://www.techrepublic.com/forum/q...Had the same problem, now fixedI've had this problem ever since getting a new laptop from work. But I just wanted to clarify the logic there for the sake of anyone reading.

That part will require a VPN solution most likely.If you have control over your office network, you'll have to configure the router to forward port 3389 to the IP address of

I am trying to log in with the laptop. has the windows firewall been opened for rdp? #12 in the 4ghz core 2 duo club baby! - 52 inches of CRYSIS! - Black Belt Ubercloxx0r -- Heatware Main -- Lian I even rebooted both routers and i disabled windows firewall. It works on virtually all windows from 95 on!

Could cablevision(my provider at work)or Fios(home provider) of blocked this some how because i do it so much? 9 answers Last reply Oct 21, 2011 More about remote desktop stopped working What happens when you try to telnet on port 3389? You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. http://mozrc.com/remote-desktop/need-help-setting-up-remote-desktop-connection.php My computer has an IP Address but I can't get onto the internet at all.

Not the same key if that's what you mean, two different copies, but both with SP1. The computer I am trying to connect to uses a switch to run internet between 2 computers but I only connect to one of those ... All submitted content is subject to our Terms Of Use. click "Add Port" Name: Remote Port Number: 3389 TCP It works for me.

Thank You in Advance!! -Mike Report ralf- Feb 27, 2010 at 01:37 PM you checked both firewalls 9 times out of ten this will be the prob. Could it be wifi related? 2. XRDP not working over internet but works on lan Can't find your answer ? It takes less than a minute and is completely free!

is it win7 enterprise your running on both machines? The OC Forums Way We are a team. Windows 7: Remote desktop connection issues - works on wifi, not on wired 4 Weeks Ago #1 MetroBOS Windows 7 19 posts Remote desktop connection issues - works I should have suspected that it was larger than dell lagging on updating their drivers : ).