My name is will. I am facing some issues with remote desktop (mstsc). When I try to connect to other computer in my LAN through mstsc after putting the username and password it trys to connect and I get an error as " Windows cannot load the user's profile but has
logged you on with the default profile for the system " . Detail : insufficient system resources
exist to complete the requested service. Operating system : XP professional with SP2.
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Re: Remote dektop issue
In Control Panel, double-click System.
On the Performance tab, click Change in the Virtual Memory section.
In the Virtual Memory dialog box, in the Registry Size section, the current registry size and the maximum registry size are displayed. Modify the current RSL in this section.
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Try another charger and then see or it might be a power options issue
SOLUTION: If you have a second computer, use Remote Desktop by choosing 'Run', type 'mstsc', type the name of the computer with a black screen, and connect. After logging in, open 'Control Panel', and choose 'Power Options'. On the left panel choose 'Choose when to turn off the display'. On the row labeled 'Adjust plan brightness', under the 'Plugged in' column, turn up the brightness slider.
The setup disc for the router only needs to be run once when setting up the router to work with your internet provider and modem/router. You can try putting the disc in your desktop computer and reconfiguring the router.
I assume that the the computer on which you want the Remote desktop and the target computer whose desktop you want to capture are networked properly and the IP address with other TCP/IP settings are properly configured.
That said Go to Start and click Run the Run box will appear. In the run box type "mstsc" command to connect. A box will pop up asking for the "Computer" enter the computer name or more preferably the IP address which you want to connect to and capture the desktop remotely the Target computer.
Go to the target computer physically and right click the "My Computer" icon and then in the menu select the properties tab and click it you will see "System Properties" window pop up. On the top you will see some tabs. Select and click the "Remote" tab. At the Remote Desktop make sure that the "Allow users to connect remotely to this computer" check mark is selected if it is not ticked tick it. This is the way you are allowing your computer and other computers on the network to connect to this target computer.
Now go back to your computer click the connect tab.It should always connect as long as you give the correct IP or computer name in the "Remote desktop connection" box.
To print the reports on your local printer, go to
2.Type 'mstsc' and click 'ok'. A window pops up for Remote Desktop Connection
3. Click 'Options' button and select the 'Local Resource' tab.
4. Select the checkbx 'Printers' from the 'Local Device'
5. Click Connect.
if need to access the device of your client,just follow the steps.
we take cd rom for eg to access.
1.right click the drive there you see "sharing and security"
2.click on the and enable share as cd rom.and give maximum allowed.
3.then from your system.Run->ip of the machine->enter.
4.it shows all the share file of the client machine
if want access remote desktop
1.enable the remote desktop connection in the remote machine
2.in RUN type MSTSC the remote desktop connection will popup.
3the type the ip of the client machine
Just to verify, you are trying to connect from a computer external to your network to a computer on your internal network, right?
The error you mention is thrown if the name in the remote asstiance file cannot be resolved by DNS. Open the remote assistance file you generate in a text editor like notepad and then look for the value next to "RCTICKET=". This is name name & IP of the computer requesting remote assistance. If you're trying to connect from an external computer, make sure of the following:
On your router, forward TCP 3389 to whatever IP you're trying to access
That the hostname listed is able to resolved externally (it needs to have a fully qualified domain name list somehost.somedomain.com not just somehost'
The IP address is not a private (192.168.x.x or 10.x.x.x) address but a publicly accessible IP address.
This probably isn't a Windows problem at all but a 'hiccup' in your wireless network connectivity. If RDP (Remote Desktop) loses a connection to the RDP server, it can drop connection unexpectedly. It's supposed to re-connect, but it doesn't always. Can you try connecting via LAN cable to see if the problem persists?