The error Connecting via Client to rc2035 Not Authorized usually occurs when the Remote Console service is not running properly. Users can try the service just to check if it’s running properly.
- If the rc2035 not authorized message appears when you try to connect, it means that the server is denying you access.
- To fix this issue, you need to use the Remote Desktop Connection tool to fix the permissions.
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Configure Windows Firewall
- First, open Start.
- Click Control Panel.
- Click Windows Firewall.
- Then, click Turn Windows Firewall on or off.
- Select the Private profile option.
- Then, click Turn off Windows Firewall.
- Now, open Settings.
- Click System > About.
- Go to the System section and click Configuration.
- Then, click Additional Drivers.
- If any driver is listed as “Missing”, click Update now.
Create and connect to the Remote Desktop Session Host
- Press Windows Key + R.
- Type mdm, and press Enter.
- Right-click on Remote Desktop Session Host and choose Create.
- Enter a Name and description for the Remote Desktop Session Host, and then click on OK.
- Now, right-click on the newly created Session Host and choose Properties.
- In the Properties window, click on the Security tab.
- Click on the Edit button.
- Click Add.
- Click Select User or Group.
- Browse to the Remote Desktop Users group and select it.
- Click OK.
- Click OK again to save the changes.
Create a new Network profile
- First, you have to open Network and Sharing Center. To do that, press Windows Key + I and select Network and Sharing Center.
- Now click on Create a Network profile from the left panel. In the new window, select Home or Work.
- Change network location to Private.
- Go to IP addressing. Select Dynamic.
- Change DNS server to 188.8.131.52.
- Now click on Save.
Run Remote Server Administration Tools
Download the Remote Server Administration Tools from the Microsoft official website
Run the .exe file to install the Remote Server Administration Tools.
Click Next on the welcome screen
Select Role-based or feature-based installation
Click Next on The installation destination for Remote Server Administration Tools screen.
Click Next on Select features screen.
Click Next on Remote Server Administration Tools screen.
Create a new user profile
- Press the Windows Key + S hotkey.
- Enter user account in the search box.
- Click Change account type to open the window shown directly below.
- Select the New account option.
- Select the I don’t have a username option.
- Then enter a different username in the First name and Last name fields.
- Press the Create account button.
Disable Remote Assistance and TeamViewer
- Press Windows + I to open the Settings app.
- Navigate to Update & Security section.
- Choose Recovery from the left pane, and click on Reset this PC.
- Click the Get started button under Remove everything.
- When the procedure is finished, try running TeamViewer again.