How to fix the Remote Desktop in licensing protocol error

How to fix the Remote Desktop in licensing protocol error?

Remote desktop licensing protocol error occasionally appears for some users who use the Remote Desktop Connection tool in Windows. A full error message stating: The remote computer disconnected the session because of an error in the licensing protocol. Please try to connect to the remote computer again or contact your server administrator. As a result, users can not connect with Remote Desktop Connection. It is a few improvements to the RDC error.
How can I fix the remote desktop protocol errors in Windows 10?

1. Run the Remote Desktop as Administrator

Some windows users have confirmed they’ve fixed the remote desktop protocol issue a license to run the Remote Desktop Connection as an administrator. RDC run as administrator Ensure that the application has necessary permissions to improve the Registry. So write the keyword ‘Remote Desktop Connection’ in the search box of Windows, right-click Remote Desktop Connection and select Run as administrator to open it.

2. Run the Remote Desktop Admin Account Built-in

Or, try running RDC in the admin account. You can enable the built-in admin account with Command Prompt. Enter ‘cmd’ in the search box of Windows, right-click Command Prompt and choose Run as administrator to open it. Then enter “net user administrator / active: yes” in the prompt and press Return. Restart Windows to log on with a new admin account.

3. Remove MSLicensing Registry Key

Users also confirmed that removing the MSLicensing key in the registry repair license RDC protocol error. You can remove the key with Registry Editor, but you have to set the first recovery point to go back to if necessary. This is how you can make a system restore point and remove the key MSLicensing.

  • Enter ‘to create a restore point’ in the search box Cortana or your Start menu.
  • Then choose to create a restore point to open the Control Panel window below.
  • Click the Create button to open the window below.
  • Then enter a title for a system restore point in the text box, and press the Create button.
  • To remove the MSLicensing key, press the Windows key + R hotkey.
  • Then you can enter ‘regedit’ in the Run and click OK to open the Registry Editor.
  • Next, go to this key in the Registry Editor: HKLMSOFTWAREMicrosoftMSLicensing.
  • MSLicensing key right-click and select Delete to remove it.
  • Restart your desktop or laptop, and run Remote Desktop Connection as an administrator.

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