Remote Desktop Disconnected
The client could not connect to the remote computer.
Remote connections might not be enabled or the computer might be too busy to accept new connections.
It is also possible that network problems are preventing your connection.
Please try connecting again later. If the problem continues to occur, contact your administrator.
Additionally, when you view System Event log on the affected server you see the following event:
Event Type: Error
Event Source: TermService
Event Category: None
Event ID: 1036
Terminal Server session creation failed. The relevant status code was 0x2740.
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1. On the server, logon to the server locally (not using Remote Desktop/Terminal Client).
2. Click Start, Run, type "tscc.msc /s" (without qutation marks and click OK.
3. In the Terminal Services Configuration snap-in double-click Connections, then RDP-Tcp in the right pane.
4. Click the Network Adapter tab, select the correct network adapter and click OK.
5. Make sure that you can establish an RDP connection to the server.
Alternative resolution steps.
Use these steps only if you can not perform local logon to the affected server.
WARNING: Using Registry Editor incorrectly may cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall your operating system. Use Registry Editor at your own risk and only after making backup of full Registry and the keys you are going to change. Please see More Information section for registry backup and restore information.
1. Start Registry Editor (Regedt32.exe).
2. Click File\Connect network Registry. Enter computer name or IP address and click OK. Firewalls between your computer and the affected server may prevent successfull connection. Remote Registry service should be running on the server.
3. Navigate to the following registry key (path may wrap):
4. Under this key are one or more keys for the globally unique identifiers (GUIDs) corresponding to the installed LAN connections. Each of these GUID keys has a Connection subkey. Open each of the GUID\Connection keys and look for the Name value. Choose the connection you want Terminal Services to use.
5. When you have found the GUID\Connection key that contains the Name setting that matches the name of your LAN connection, write down or otherwise note the GUID value.
6. Then navigate to the following key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server\lanatable. Using the GUID you noted in step 5 select subkey. Note it's LanaId.
7. Navigate to the following value:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server\WinStations\RDP-Tcp\LanAdapter. Change it's data to the value you noted in step 6. If you want RDP to listen on all LAN adapters enter value of 0.
Article ID: 555382 - Last Review: Feb 14, 2017 - Revision: 1