Windows RDP failed to connect to trusted server error resolved
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This Windows tutorial, we will discuss how to resolve Windows RDP failed to connect to a trusted server issue.
Tried to assign remote access permission user on the server but was unable to search the user on the server in domain and found the trust relationship between both servers was not working.
So to fix this issue login to both domain controller, open remote Open Active Directory Domain and Trust.
Right-click on domain “dc.com” and select Properties.
Click on Tab Trusts, select domain and then click on Properties.
In Properties, Click on Validate and Check on Yes, Enter the credential.
Repeat the above step on both domain controller
Then Open Command Prompt and run gpupdate /force command.
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This tutorial, we learned how to solve Windows RDP failed to connect to a trusted server issue.
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