Windows 10: Using Remote Desktop Client in secure folder

Discus and support Using Remote Desktop Client in secure folder in Windows 10 Software and Apps to solve the problem; Remote Desktop Client is working on my Galaxy Note 10+ 5G. However, whenever i try to use it within my secure folder it says either my password or ID... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Software and Apps' started by TRU B3LI3V3R, Sep 12, 2019.

  1. Using Remote Desktop Client in secure folder


    Remote Desktop Client is working on my Galaxy Note 10+ 5G. However, whenever i try to use it within my secure folder it says either my password or ID is incorrect. Any fixes for this?

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    TRU B3LI3V3R, Sep 12, 2019
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  2. Windows 10 - Remote Desktop

    Hi,

    We will surely assist you with the issue you are facing with Windows 10.
    - Which version of Windows 10 Operating System are you using?

    - Were you able to upgrade to Windows 10 successfully?

    I suggest you to refer the below steps and see if this helps.


    • Enable remote desktop in settings
      • Control Panel\System and Security\System, Click "Remote Settings" on the left side

    • Verify my port forwarding settings were properly forwarding to my computers local IP address
      • run "cmd.exe" and then type "ipconfig". Find your IP from that list
    [*]
    • Make sure your firewall settings are open
    • Go to "Control Panel\System and Security\Windows Firewall\Allowed apps"
    • On the left, click "Allow an app or feature through Windows Firewall"
    • Click "Change Settings"
    • Find "Remote Desktop" in the list and make sure both "Private" and "Public" is checked.

    Let us know if this helps.

    Thank you.

    Credits to : Jace_Sango.
     
    Akheel Ahmed, Sep 12, 2019
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  3. Remote Desktop

    Yep. No doubt. That will work; however, firewall on or off on the Home Edition will make no difference if you are trying to connect to it via straight remote desktop as it does not have the feature necessary to accept an unattended incoming remote desktop
    service connection.



    The Windows __ Home Editions have always had the CLIENT portion of the Remote Desktop Services.

    START --> RUN --> type in:



    MSTSC

    ... Click OK.

    That is the Remote Desktop Client. All Windows OSes have that.

    Just not all Windows OS editions have the HOST/SERVER part - the part that allows one, with the remote system unattended, to remotely connect like you were sitting in front of it. The "Home" (and "starter / RT, etc. - other lower editions) editions are practically
    the ONLY editions of Windows that fall in this category (and always have.)

    Android and MacOS have downloadable (official) Microsoft Remote Desktop Clients available so you can remote into your business/professional/server level Microsoft systems (unattended systems that is - again, remote assistance is allowed even on "Home" editions)...

    Again, sorry... but there are many free third party alternatives.
     
    Shenan Stanley, Sep 12, 2019
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  4. Using Remote Desktop Client in secure folder

    remote desktop

    Hello,



    Thank you for writing to Microsoft Community Forums.



    Please help me with the below details to understand your issue in a better way:



    1. Are you using the Microsoft remote desktop app?


    If you are using the Microsoft remote desktop app downloaded from
    Microsoft store then, I suggest you to follow the steps to
    fix problems with apps from Microsoft Store
    .



    If the issue still persists with the Microsoft remote desktop app, then you can contact the support team by going to the

    link
    and scrolling down to the bottom and clicking on
    Microsoft remote desktop support under the Publisher info.



    However, if you are using the Remote desktop connection, which comes pre-installed with Windows 10, then I suggest you to please post your question in the
    TechNet forum.



    Hope it helps.



    Prakhar Khare

    Microsoft Community - Moderator
     
    Prakhar_Khare, Sep 12, 2019
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