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Not able to RDP out of windows 2003 server

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  1. timetrack

    timetrack Thread Starter

    Mar 8, 2019
    I am trying to RDP out of 2003 server to another 2008 server without any luck. I can RDP to the 2008 server from my windows 10 desktop. Please note that I am able to ping the 2008 server from the 2003 server. Is there any 2003 server settings that is blocking the RDP out? TIA
  2. lunarlander


    Sep 21, 2007
    RDP info from Wikipedia :

    Version 7.0
    This version was released to manufacturing in July 2009 and is included with Windows Server 2008 R2, as well as with Windows 7.[14] With this release, also changed from Terminal Services to Remote Desktop Services. This version has new functions such as Windows Media Player redirection, bidirectional audio, multi-monitor support, Aero glass support, enhanced bitmap acceleration, Easy Print redirection,[15] Language Bar docking. The RDP 7.0 client is available on Windows XP SP3 and Windows Vista SP1/SP2 through KB969084.[16] RDP 6.1 client and RDP 7.0 client are not supported on Windows Server 2003 x86 and Windows Server 2003 / Windows XP Professional x64 editions. RDP 7.0 is also not supported on Windows Server 2008. RDP 7.0 clients also do not support connecting to terminal servers running Windows 2000 Server.[17]

    Most RDP 7.0 features like Aero glass remote use, bidirectional audio, Windows Media Player redirection, multiple monitor support and Remote Desktop Easy Print are only available in Windows 7 Enterprise or Ultimate editions.[18][19]

    SP1 and Server 2008 R2 SP1. It adds RemoteFX functionality.
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