I cannot connect with remote desktop to Hyper-V Server 17744 host.
I have enabled Remote Desktop with sconfig. I did check that TermService service is running.
However the netstat -a and Get-NetTCPConnection show nothing listening on port 3389.
I have tested with firewall disabled, other services and connections do work (icmp ping, PowerShell remoting etc)
I have same issue.
First installed Hyper-V 2012-R2 .. working. Tried to do in-place upgrade to Server 2019 .. failed .. license issue ??
Cleaned HDD and re-installed Hyper-V 2019 on empty disk .. ready .. reconfigured settings ...
I am not able to RDP to server ?? No idea why ...
tested -> netstat - ano -> no RDP port 3389 is listening ???
Disabled FW -> same issue -> no port is listening on 3389
Checked in registry - change port 3389 into 3390 -> same issue -> no port listening on port 3390
Server coldboot -> same issue ... Server warmboot -> same issue.
Ping is working ... I can manage the system with Windows Admin Center build 1809 !
Changed port back to 3389 -> server reboot ...
Remote desktop via Admin Center -> Not working ??
Cleaned HDD -> Installed Server 2019 Standard edition -> RDP is working !!!
Cleaned HDD -> Installed Server 2019 Hyper-V edition build 17744 -> again no RDP port listening @ 3389.
I can manage the server via Admin Center but I am not able to access "console" via RDP
No Idea what to do now ?
The Solution is: Windows Admin Center, Select powershell,
Now you are not able to run sconfig but configure your 2019 Hyper-V box with powershell :-)
Also use ALL the needed powershell commands you need :-)
Problem solved :-)