RDP to W10 login issues


  1. Posts : 2
    Windows 10 Pro
       #1

    RDP to W10 login issues


    Hello everyone

    Im getting a very odd issue when I try to RDP to a Windows 10 machine I have. I run Things like plex and other stuff that is running 24/7 and sometimes I need to check in with how they are doing. This was a recent upgrade from windows 7 pro which worked great. when I upgraded to 10, what happens is when I RDP into the machine, it logins in a gets going, but where normally the local user of that box would be greeted with a lock screen while I am Remoted into it, It goes to the lock screen then immedeitly logs back in which kicks me out of the RDP session. I was wondering if anyone knew if there is a regedit that disables this or what? I have read other places that say to change a registry entry that has to do with "TestHooks". This was only in the preview from what I have seen. There is not test hooks entry. I even tried creating one with no avail. IF someone could help me out that would be great.
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  2. Posts : 119
    Windows 7 (reverted back)
       #2

    Forget RDP.... it's dangerous to leave ports open on your router.
    Use Teamviewer (free for personal use) http://www.teamviewer.com

    Your PC is accessable always.
    MUCH better than RDP

    Good luck
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  3. Posts : 2
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #3

    Harpert said:
    Forget RDP.... it's dangerous to leave ports open on your router.
    Use Teamviewer (free for personal use) http://www.teamviewer.com

    Your PC is accessable always.
    MUCH better than RDP

    Good luck
    I actually have Logmein on the computer and it works, but I am sometimes doing some pretty intense stuff on there that requires little delay. I prefer the Speed of RDP. Plus I am not concerned about security on the network. 2 firewalls on the outside and living on about 150 acers of land so I don't have to worry about people hopping on my network.
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  4. Posts : 17,370
    Windows 11 Pro
       #4

    I use RDP Wrapper on my desktop to allow for multi-user RDP. When I RDP into my desktop, absolutely nothing happens to the local user logged in and I log in with my own account. My local user account is Kodi - and automatically runs the Kodi media client, which just keeps running undisturbed when I RPD in.

    RDP Wrapper Library by StasM Corp.

    Look for the only English link on the webpage . Also there are English guides if you search for RDP Wrapper.
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  5. Posts : 3
    Windows 10 Education N / Pro N
       #5

    xsparta11x said:
    Hello everyone

    Im getting a very odd issue when I try to RDP to a Windows 10 machine I have. I run Things like plex and other stuff that is running 24/7 and sometimes I need to check in with how they are doing. This was a recent upgrade from windows 7 pro which worked great. when I upgraded to 10, what happens is when I RDP into the machine, it logins in a gets going, but where normally the local user of that box would be greeted with a lock screen while I am Remoted into it, It goes to the lock screen then immedeitly logs back in which kicks me out of the RDP session. I was wondering if anyone knew if there is a regedit that disables this or what? I have read other places that say to change a registry entry that has to do with "TestHooks". This was only in the preview from what I have seen. There is not test hooks entry. I even tried creating one with no avail. IF someone could help me out that would be great.
    I got the same issue and was able to track it down to the problem, that i have set up my system to allow connections without passwords. After setting a passwort to the user i haven't been disconnected anymore.

    Have you set up your system the same way?

    I am right now looking for a workaround to get rdp without passwords working again under windows 10.

    Cheers
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