I am having a problem getting remote desktop to work with two computers on my home network. The remote device is a notebook running Win 10 Home. The computers at home are running Win 7 Pro and Win 10 Pro. I have the same issue with trying to connect using the internal network or by using an outside network. The issue is that I can connect to the Win 7 computer but not to the Win 10 computer.
On my FIOS router, I have opened port 3388 for both UDP and TCP. I have assigned two static i/p addresses to the computers and I use “no-ip” for access. The Win 7 computer uses port 3389 which is the default port. I can see both ports from either computer with “canyouseeme”. When I try to access the Win 10 computer, I am greeted with the need for credentials. I use the name and password that I use to access the computer normally after startup. But that is as far as I can get. On the Win 7 computer, I use the startup creds and since it works, it has saved them and I don’t have to use them again. On the Win 10 computer, I set up the access to use the local login feature instead of the MS login. The RDP port on the Win10 computer was changed to 3388 in the registry.
At this point, I disabled Windows firewall and my internet security program (Avast) but the results were the same. Still asking for creds that don’t work.
Can anyone shed some light on this matter?