The “remote desktop can’t connect to the remote computer” error can be because RDP services are not enabled either on the local or on the remote computer. Check if the following services are running on both computers. Remote Desktop Services (TermService). Remote Desktop Services UserMode Port Redirector.-Your Remote Desktop Services session has ended, possible for one of the following reasons: The admin has ended the session An error occurred while the connection was being established. A network problem occurred.
Why can't I connect to Remote Desktop Services?
Your Remote Desktop Services session has ended. Another user connected to the remote computer, so your connection was lost. Try connecting again, or contact your network administrator or technical support group. This prompt means either someone else has forcefully knocked you out of your remote session ...
What does it mean when it says your remote desktop session ended?
The message simply says "Your Remote Desktop session has ended" and suggests that maybe the admin has terminated it (no I didn't!) and to "contact your administrator" for more help. 0 Cayenne OP md0221Feb 25, 2016 at 20:48 UTC
What do I do if my Remote Desktop is disconnected?
Remote Desktop Disconnected. This computer can't connect to the remote computer. Try connecting again. If the problem continues, contact the owner of the remote computer or your network administrator. Also, you are limited in the number of users who can connect simultaneously to a Remote Desktop session or Remote Desktop Services session.
Why has my ADRs session ended?
-Your Remote Desktop Services session has ended, possible for one of the following reasons: The admin has ended the session An error occurred while the connection was being established. A network problem occurred.