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Lucas Howard
Lucas Howard

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The RDP client for Macintosh stores the license in a file on the local computer in the folder hierarchy under /users/Shared/Microsoft/RDC Crucial Server Information/. To clean the Macintosh client's license cache, delete the contents of this folder. The client will try to obtain a new license from the server the next time that it connects.

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To resolve this problem, right-click the Remote Desktop Connection shortcut, and then select Run as Administrator. By default, the remote desktop connection runs as a user with the lowest user permissions. By default, a restricted user doesn't have permission to write registry entries to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE. Therefore, attempts to rewrite the MSLicensing key fail. Starting Remote Desktop Connection with administrative credentials provides the permissions that are necessary to write the needed registry keys.

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There are many remote desktop connection problems that administrators may encounter, including network failure, Secure Sockets Layer certificate issues, authentication troubles and capacity limitations.

It's easy to dismiss the notion that a firewall could contribute to a remote desktop not working, but it's quite common. To avoid firewall problems, ensure that the port your remote desktop software uses is open on any firewalls residing between client computers and the server they connect to. Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP)-based tools use RDP port 3389 by default.

Security certificates can also cause remote desktop connection problems. Many VDI products use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption for users that access VDI sessions outside the network perimeter. But SSL encryption requires the use of certificates, which creates two problems that can cause a remote desktop to not work.

First, if remote desktops are going to connect properly, client computers must trust the certificate authority that issued the certificate. This isn't usually a problem for organizations that purchase certificates from large, well-known authorities, but clients won't always trust the certificates an organization generates in-house. Use a reliable certificate authority to ensure that clients establish remote desktop connectivity.

Many remote desktop connectivity problems can be traced to DNS issues. If an admin changed a host's IP address, then clients might not be able to connect to the host until the client's DNS resolver cache expires. To expire a DNS resolver cache, follow these steps:

You could also experience remote desktop connectivity issues if you exceed infrastructure capacity. In an organization with virtual desktops or VDI, for example, clients may be unable to connect if the available licenses have been depleted. Some VDI implementations also refuse client connections if the server is too busy or if launching another virtual desktop session would weaken the performance of existing sessions.

Utilizing the Windows Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) feature allows a user to have full control over a remote Windows desktop. This article will show those seeking to configure a remote desktop manager to map local drives, exactly how to access local drives from remote desktop on Windows 10.

RDCMan manages multiple remote desktop connections. It is useful for managing server labs where you need regular access to each machine such as automated checkin systems and data centers. It is similar to the built-in MMC Remote Desktops snap-in, but more flexible.


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