And for the 2nd step, I found 2 IPs with port 3389...At least you know that the port is unblocked. Two more things to try:
Check RDP service is running
From Start menu, open services.msc, and scroll down until you find
Remote Desktop Services
Remote Desktop Services UserMode Port Redirector
Check the status of these services and ensure that they are set to Running.
Find which process is listening to port 3389
(This checks to see if there is another application trying to use the same port.)
Open Administrators command prompt, and type
Read list of Active Connections. In the Local Address column, look for port 3389, and make note of the PID number(s) of those connection(s).Code:
Now, open Task Manager, and click on Processes tab.
Click on PID label, to sort the results in numerical order.
Search for the PID number(s) that you made note of, and find the name of the process that is using that PID.
2) Also, could you tell me how to proceed from here for Step 2.......
- Operating System
- Windows 7