10-04-2018 01:37 PM
10-04-2018 01:37 PM
Updated yesterday to version 1809,
Remote Desktop Connection from another Windows 10 version 1809 not working.
It looks like connected, but the whole screen is blank and the mouse cursor become hourglass then about 1 minute later, lost connection. Then trying to re-establish the connection, but the screen is still black. This time mouse cursor even stuck and not showing in the screen.
10-05-2018 01:53 PM
I have the same problem. The old version of mstsc (windows 10 1709, windows 7, Android version) can connect smoothly. However, the mstsc of windows 10 1809 cannot connect. While connected, the screen freeze.
10-06-2018 03:14 AM
I've got the same problem. I tried to log into my remote PC yesterday (both local & remote have been upgraded to 1809). Out of 5 attempts one was successful - the other 4 attempts resulted in the screen freezing in one form or another).
A fix for this would be gratefully received - I and my organisation are rather dependent on remote connections.
10-10-2018 05:39 AM
Same problem. A black screen. Can confirm that the cumulative update didn't resolve this.
10-11-2018 02:08 AM
The only one solution is to, use the computer network name not the ip adress. But this is a half solution......
Have a nice day
10-11-2018 02:14 AM
As it happens I was using the machine address and not the IP address and it was not working using the machine address. I can't check this any further at present because I've rolled back to 1803.
One thing that seemed odd was that I was able to remote desktop using a machine on the local network, but not over a vpn connection (and I did check the vpn was working correctly by connecting to other machines that were not updated to 1809).
10-11-2018 04:39 AM
Same problem here, my rdp server is behind a router with portfoward.
On my computer I can connect from my office but not from home (both places behind NAT)
I have no idea why it works from my office, before 1809 it worked from anywhere.
10-11-2018 05:23 AM
Exactly the same with me.
RDP between office computers work fine. Between computers at the house works fine. Home to the office works fine, but from the office to home, black screen.
Been using Remote Desktop Connection Manager in the meantime. Works okay, but not preferable.
Also, it makes no difference if I use the fully qualified name or the ip.
10-14-2018 10:33 AM
Are we talking 1809 to 1809 systems? If so, then ignore below text. :-)
Was the 1809 system the remote. or was it initiating the Remote Desktop? What version was the remote system? I have an 1809 system that can connect to an 1803 system fine. And, the 1803 can connect to 1809 fine.
I have not tried connecting through VPN or NAT router.
10-14-2018 11:38 AM
10-15-2018 07:18 AM
Same issues with RDP. Cannot connect to remote session.
10-16-2018 01:30 PM
Also seeing this problem. When logging in remotely from a PC running 1809 to another PC running 1809 over the WAN RDP draws the first few frames and then suddenly locks up.
10-18-2018 10:35 AM - edited 10-18-2018 04:13 PM
I do have the same problem (as Munn). The only workaround is to enable "Turn Off UDP On Client" in the group policy editor.
10-19-2018 08:44 AM
10-19-2018 09:18 AM
11-26-2018 08:37 PM
Ditto to all the above symptoms, 1809 version, cannot connect to any RDC enabled OS (W2008 - W2016)
Which blows, as I have several hundred RDP sessions saved. :-/
If you are in a pinch, download the remote desktop app, at least you can connect on the fly until this is fixed or until you can try the UDP disable reg settings mentioned
11-26-2018 10:29 PM - edited 11-26-2018 10:32 PM
Just tested on 1809.
Made a connection from a windows 10 1809 client to a windows 10 1803 client, via hostname and via IP, both seem to work, so OK.
From the same machine, made an RDP connection to a Windows Server 2012 R2 via hostname and IP, screen stays blank for a bit longer, but eventually working. So also ok.
12-06-2018 10:56 AM
The problem happen only if enabled the UDP on Remote Desktop Connection in 1809
The UDP enabled automatick
So how can desable the UDP ???