Have you enabled port 3389 in the firewall or do have any AV software running that could block port 3389?
Did you test with Telnet if port 3389 is not responding or do you receive an error message when connecting through RDP?
I don't necessarily think that 3389 would be listening- but that is another topic.
Try this article
Hopefully that helps!
Make sure that Remote Desktop Services service (TermService) is running.
How is the issue going now? Is there any update?
- Marked as answer by Jeremy_WuMicrosoft contingent staff, Moderator Tuesday, October 01, 2013 5:04 PM
I hade kind of the same problem...
I hade to uninstall KB2621440 and reinstall it again. Reboot and it works again.
This solved my issue!
Thanks (Tackar) Robban Eriksson
- Edited by JesperPo Friday, June 05, 2015 7:34 AM
I found that just going into the properties of the RDP-Tcp connection and changing the Network Adapter and applying, brought the service back to a listening state.
Deleting and Adding also resets the listening port back to the default 3389.