Windows Remote Desktop disconnects frequently or automatically



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As its name suggests, the Remote Desktop function of Windows helps us to access another computer from our computer. This function plays an important role in solving problems on our system if a support representative wants to remotely access and repair our computer. Today, using this feature, I noticed that I was able to connect to other computers by myself, but then the Remote Desktop connection was automatically disconnected. So I tried connecting to another computer and found the same result.

First, I made sure that the Windows firewall was disabled to ensure that the firewall is not the culprit. It didn’t help. I read somewhere that WiFi printers could also cause the problem when using the Remote Desktop function, so I also disconnected them, but that didn’t solve the problem either. I bypassed the following solution and it worked:

The remote office often disconnects



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1 Press Windows + R ; enter and press Enter. Toggle to Remote control

2 Press the Windows button + R combination, type Regedt32.exe into the Run dialog box and press Enter to open the Registry Editor (16).

Navigate to next location:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesTermService

3 Find the registration string (REG_SZ) named ObjectName in the right part of this location, if you are really facing the problem, then this string must have value data like LocalSystem. Double-click the same string to change its value data :

4 In the field above, enter the value data (16) as NT AuthorityNetworkService. Then click OK and close the registry editor and restart the machine to solve the problem.

I hope this solution will help you.



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