Updating remote desktop
It reports "Configuring remote session" and the five dots march across the screen indefinitely.
However, even some other factors could cause Remote Desktop to stop working, and we’re going to talk about these issues and solutions for them in this article.It's easy to dismiss the notion that a firewall could contribute to a remote desktop not working, but it's actually quite common.To avoid problems with the firewall, ensure that the port your remote desktop software uses is open on all firewalls between the client computers and the server they connect to. For example, the client and the server may both run the Windows Firewall, or there may be multiple hardware firewalls between the two systems.Clicking "Cancel" has no effect, but you can click the X and close it. Additional Info No suggestions I've found online so far have proven effective solutions; if I can't find a solution very soon, I've got to pull the plug on Win 10 for now. I've encountered a major problem - a "hard stop" - that's got me considering rolling back to Windows 7 on my work notebook. Ultimately, I get similar results: Remote Desktop Connection I launch Remote Desktop Connection, enter the client name (typically a server), then enter my domain credentials and click "Connect".
I've tired both the "legacy" Remote Desktop Connection application and the Remote Desktop app from the Windows Store.
There are a few causes of Remote Desktop problems in Windows 10, and they are: limited network connection, not enough memory, and wrong firewall settings.
So, if you can’t connect to Remote Desktop in Windows 10, make sure your computer doesn’t have any of abovementioned issues.
The dialog box then turns grey, as if it's trying to connect, and stays that way indefinitely. Remote Desktop App Launch Remote Desktop, type the destination machine name, and click connect.
It never goes to "Not responding" (though I can force it to from Task Manager)... I've tried reducing the quality settings, turned off things like sound, clipboard, printer sharing, etc. But here's the strange thing: it works with the few remaining Server 2003 R2 servers (I know, I know... I'm prompted for credentials, I enter my domain credentials, and click "Connect".
With these types of remote desktop issues, you'll have to use process of elimination to diagnose the problem.