Server Manager Does not Populate Remote Desktop Services Overview Solved

  1.    02 Aug 2016 #1

    Server Manager Does not Populate Remote Desktop Services Overview

    I have an RDWEB setup (Server 2012R2).
    Server Manager>Remote Desktop Services>Overview does not populate the Deployment Servers, RD Sessions Host or collections on my Windows 10 laptop (with RSAT installed).
    Server Manager>Remote Desktop Services>Overview works and populates "Deployments Servers", RD Sessions Host and "collections" correctly on Windows 8.1 Laptop (with RSAT installed) and correctly on any Server 2012R2.

    *All the servers are added in server manager.
    *RSAT was downloaded on July 13,2016.

    Anyone have any suggestions on why RSAT with Windows 10 does not work correclty with a RDWEB server setup in 2012R2?

    I updated to Win 10 1607 build and it has fixed my probelm, Server Manager now displays "Remote Desktop Services" correctly.
    Last edited by greg1973; 17 Aug 2016 at 15:26.
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