How to Change Remote Desktop RDP Port in Windows 10

How to Change Remote Desktop RDP Port in Windows 10

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In this guide, I’m going to show how to change remote desktop RDP port in Windows 10.

If you’ve been using Windows 10 for a long time, you must how known that port 3389 is the default desktop protocol.

Many windows users change this port (decimal number) for security measures or to fix server issues.

Change Remote Desktop RDP Port in Windows 10

Changing remote desktop RDP port is a simple process.

Follow the steps to change the RDP port in Windows 10:

Step 1: User left click on “Start (button)”

Step 2: Search Regedit in the search bar.

Search Regedit in the search bar. |  Desktop RDP Port

Step 3: User right clicks on “Regedit, and run it as administrator.

Step 4: User left double click on “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE (tree item)”

User left double click on "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE (tree item)"

Step 5: User left double click on “SYSTEM (tree item)”

Step 6: User left double click on “CurrentControlSet (tree item)”

Step 7:User mouse drag start on “Position (thumb)”

Now Scroll down…

Step 8: User left double click on “Terminal Server (tree item)”

User left double click on "Terminal Server (tree item)"

Step 9: User left double click on “WinStations (tree item)”

Step 10: User left double click on “RDP-Tcp (tree item)”

Now, scroll again. (Below)

Step 11: User left double click on “PortNumber (edit)”

User left double click on "PortNumber (edit)"

Now the post no editor will pop up. The default value is d3d (Hexadecimal) or 3389 (decimal).

We suggest you choose the decimal format, also note down the default port number (Whatever it is on your computer) as a backup.

So this way we have successfully changed remote desktop RDP port in Windows 10.

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