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Change desktop remote protocol from registry

Change desktop remote protocol from registry

One of the factors that affects the speed and how it communicates in the Windows desktop remote service is its communication protocol. This article will teach you how to Change desktop remote protocol from registry. By default, if the network connection is outside an organization, Windows communicates via UDP  to speed up and execute commands more quickly. But this increase in speed will affect some services on the desktop remote. For example, if you watch a video or listen to an audio file via a desktop remote, the connection, sound, or image will be interrupted, the only way to fix that is to connect to the TCP protocol.

How to change desktop remote protocol from registry

You can make settings via the Windows registry so that the desktop remote only communicates with the TCP protocol so that you do not have any possible problems. In this article, we are going to teach you how to change the remote desktop protocol from the registry.

Note that the remote desktop connection via TCP will require a very good internet speed, and if there is no proper communication speed, the connection will not be of the required quality and you will be with certainty.

This tutorial is only available from Windows Server 2012 onwards.

First, through the Winkey + R key combination, open the Run window and enter regedit, and then click Ok.

 

rdp protocol

 

Now go to the address listed below:

 HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE > policies > Microsoft > WindowsNT > Terminal Services  

In this section, right-click on an empty section and from the New option, click on DWORD and enter its name SelectTransport and press Enter.

 

How to Change remote desktop protocol from registry

 

Then double-click on the created key and enter the desired value and click OK.

0: If you enter zero, the desktop remote will use both TCP and UDP protocols.

1: If you enter the number one, the desktop remote service will only use the TCP protocol.

2: If you enter the number two, the Windows desktop remote service will use both TCP and UDP protocols in the connection.

After entering the desired value and clicking OK, exit this page and reboot your Windows once.

 

How to Change rdp protocol from registry

 

After rebooting, the settings you want will be applied.

Recommended Article: Remote Desktop Users Group

Conclusion

You can configure the Windows registry so that the remote desktop only communicates with the TCP protocol to avoid potential problems. This tutorial explained how to Change desktop remote protocol from registry in full.

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  • Parker
    Parker
    10 months ago

    How to connect to a remote computer system?

    Reply
    • Dani
      Dani
      10 months ago

      To connect to a Remote Desktop and connect to a destination computer or remote server, your destination operating system must have a static IP, and you must have the Remote Desktop feature enabled on the destination operating system to connect to it. Use a username that is authenticated and authenticated in the destination system.

      Reply
  • Cooper
    Cooper
    10 months ago

    Does Third-Party Utility software require a remote desktop license?

    Reply
    • Dani
      Dani
      10 months ago

      Third Party Utility software does not require a remote desktop license and should only have any software you use installed at both the source and destination, and preferably the same versions.

      Reply
  • Kayden
    Kayden
    10 months ago

    Please name some of the alternatives for the Remote Desktop.

    Reply
    • Dani
      Dani
      10 months ago

      TeamViewer, AnyDesk, VNC

      Reply
  • Brody
    Brody
    10 months ago

    What is the default RDP port? Can it be changed?

    Reply
    • Dani
      Dani
      10 months ago

      The RDP protocol port is 3389 by default, and you can change it to another port by making settings in the Windows registry.

      Reply
  • Elias
    Elias
    10 months ago

    How to access Remote Desktop service?

    Reply
    • Dani
      Dani
      10 months ago

      Remote Desktop service or RDP is a protocol owned by Microsoft and this software is available in Windows by default from Windows XP version.

      Reply

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