Please help with RD


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Guest

Remote Desktop does not work, because Port 3389 is not open.

Following
http://theillustratednetwork.mvps.org/RemoteDesktop/RemoteDesktopSetupandTroubleshooting.html
I checked : Remote Desktop is enabled, the right Remote Users are selected
and the Exceptions tab for remote desktop is checked on Windows firewall.
TsRdRxaminer confirms that Microsoft RDP is 5.1 version, listening port is
3389 and remote desktop is enabled.
Cmd/ipconfig shows IP address as w.x.y.z.
Can not connect to the host computer on the local Lan.
I definitely know that the Port forwarding of TCP Port 3389 through the Link
WRTP54G router works , because RD works when I change the hard drive.
I reinstalled no-ip, it works.
Security Event Viewer Log does not show the attempt to start remote desktop.
Services.msc shows that Terminal Services is running.
Cmd/ netstat –a shows PC is listening on TCP Port 3389.
PortQryUI shows TCP port 3389 (unknown service): LISTENING
portqry.exe -n 192.168.15.100 -e 3389 -p TCP exits with return code
0x00000000.
But www.canyouseeme.org can not see port 3389, because connection timed out.
Disabling all the protection programs on this computer: MS OneCare Beta, MS
AntiSpyware, AVG and even the firewall did not help.

What else could I check?

Thanks in advance, Gerhard
 
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Sooner Al [MVP]

Its possible the OneCare product is causing this. See this thread from
another person with a similar issue...

http://www.broadbandreports.com/forum/remark,14782948

You might report this as a possible bug to the OneCare Beta folks at MS...

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G

Guest

I reported to OneCareBeta that another person has the same problem. They
fixed the bug.
Thank you very much for this great help, Gerhard
 
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Guest

Excellent...

Thanks for the feed back...

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Al Jarvi (MS-MVP Windows Networking)

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