Vince 60 pointsBadges: report Dhagar Dec 12, 2006 8:15 AM GMT It is possible that this is a NAT'd environment and using PAT. Do you have web services running on your PC? I can get to the site fine, apps populate fine and overall there are no issues there. Thanks. http://aaronparrett.com/remote-computer/remote-desktop-services-the-remote-computer-could-not-be-found.html
To revjebjr10, thanks for the suggestion of logmein.com I was using that until my company denied access to that website. Many Thanks Thomas Scott Reply Vic Perdana 17th of September, 2015 at 1:52 pm Yes to both - the problem related to incorrect farm configuration & bypass RD gateway option. Verify that you > have typed the correct computername or ip address, and then try > connecting again." > > Microsoft says that we should try connecting to the ip address Guest Guest Users connecting to our network over cisco vpn who try establishing a TS session receive the following error "The specified remote computer could not be found.
Forgive my ignorance, but I'm not sure if it is PC to PC. Please contact your helpdesk about this error. History Contributors Ordered by most recent Computergeek990 pts. Remoteapp Disconnected Your Computer Can't Connect To The Remote Computer Because An Error Occurred The fact that it works internally and that I can get to the site externally makes me think it's some small setting I'm missing.
A) If I enter the "name" of the host then I immediately receive the "VBScript: Remote Desktop Disconnected" dialog saying, "The specified remote computer could not be found. Then add your user account to the Remote Desktop security group on your client system. Resolution Issue was resolved by manually specifying RD Gateway server in RemoteApp Manager settings (originally it set to detect RD Gateway automatically): Open RemoteApp Manager mmc Action > RD Gateway Settings https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/25478129/RemoteApp-Disconnected-remote-computer-could-not-be-found-Question.html I'm sure all of these different RDS roles are great for larger farms, but man does it get a bit confusing for a small deployment.
In the Logon box, select the Ask for password (NTLM). my response Also turn on Windows Firewall but enable logging in the Advanced tab. The Remote Computer Could Not Be Found. Please Contact Your Helpdesk About This Error Also, could be a problem with the router allowing access from outside your network. Rdweb Cannot Connect To Remote Computer I would suggest that, if you really need access to your home machine from work, you go through the proper corporate channels to gain such access, it it is to be
Cheers, Bruno. this contact form For example firmware 4.02 in revision D is realy shit and doesn't work propertly. 0 pointsBadges: report Enterprisephil Dec 13, 2006 11:45 PM GMT 1) Can you try using the I admit I'm new to all these new TS roles and just started setting this all up. This should allow you to get through. 2,015 pointsBadges: report Dwiebesick Dec 15, 2006 12:57 AM GMT You say your company denied you access to logmein. Remoteapp Disconnected Your Computer Can't Connect To The Remote Computer
Determine the location of the FSMO roles by lo… Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2012 Active Directory Advertise Here 643 members asked questions and received personalized solutions in the past 7 Okay, I thought I was thorough in my description, but it appears I left a couple of important things out. - I am running WinXP SP2 on the host machine (I Please try again later. have a peek here Use that instead....(22.214.171.124 Theater) If your router has been given that address then use that to resolve your system name and thereby the internet access. 0 pointsBadges: report Revjebjr10 Dec 12,
Notify me of new posts via email. This Computer Can't Verify The Identity Of The Rd Gateway Both are visible. - I have used PortQry.exe and the 3389 is enabled. - I have looked at netstat -a in the cmd screen and the host name is "listening" on This is making me think it's a firewall problem.
It's all running on the one server, just for a couple of applications, which works fine locally and when using Remote Desktop Web Access on the local network. And to JohnTWT, I'm not sure how I would use VPN since my router does not have VPN capabilites. In some cases, machines are scanned, and not allowed access unless they meet certain corporate standards, and said machines can be brought up to those standards automatically, with access then being Your Computer Can't Connect To The Remote Desktop Gateway Server However, when I enter into the "server" field and press enter then one of two things happen.
Brian 0 pointsBadges: report EZorro Dec 22, 2006 10:27 AM GMT After reading all the replies and results I did not find anywhere that you verified that you have you Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. solved Recommendations for the 'fastest' PC (Loading, Compilation, Web browsing) rdp to wifi pc solved PC cannot open specific web page Every time I try to go to my Drives I http://aaronparrett.com/remote-computer/remote-desktop-remote-computer-could-not-be-authenticated.html BTW, where are the settings to share credentials between the RD Gateway and RD server?
Now to answer some of the questions you've asked: - I do have web services running on the main PC and only the main PC. Submit your e-mail address below. I have an external site setup (remote.domain.com) and it is working. When I tried to connect from internet It brings up my published apps fine.
It was the RD Gateway server setting. Also ensure, by viewing the target computer's power options, that hibernate is not enabled, as this will allow the computer to shut itself down and consequently will not be available for So what’s going on here? The gateway service is obviously working, which means there is probably something wrong with the RDWeb page. To fix it, you need to open up the If not, you need to set up an A record to make this happen. 3) Have you properly set up RDP on your host computer?
Marked as answer by Lionel Chen - MSFT Tuesday, April 06, 2010 8:33 AM Thursday, April 01, 2010 2:10 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Hi, Simple sharing HELP!!! Are you using something other than XP outside on the net? I had an old non-wireless router sitting around that I used to use Remote Desktop through a while back and I decided to give that one a try.
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Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? You'll be able to ask any tech support questions, or chat with the community and help others. I did that and unfortunately the server remembered everything so all the settings were exactly the same as before. If I go to the RemoteApp server internally I can launch applications and rdp without a problem.
Got Remote Access allowed on both the client and the host. Reply tascott1991 23rd of September, 2015 at 7:43 pm Perfect thanks Vic Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Remote connections might not be enabled or the computer might be too busy to accpet new connections. VPN).