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How to restart the RDP without rebooting the windows server?
« on: January 23, 2023, 01:40:58 PM »
Well, there are 3 basic effective ways to restart the RDP Without rebooting the windows server. Let's discuss them one by one in this write-up.
1. By Restarting via service.msc
First, log in to the windows server and press the WIN+R key to run the command on the server.
Then search for remote desktop services. And the right click on the remote desktop services and there-click on restart.
Then, in the end, you will encounter the confirmation screen to restart the remote desktop services and click on the restart to restart the services.
2. Using Task Manager
If you can't find the way and can't restart your RDP without rebooting, and also don't have access of the services console on the windows server, you can restart via task manager. For that, you have to follow the following steps.
Right-click on the start button and select the task manager from the menu, and press the enter key.
And then you have to search for the term service and have to right-click on it
There, you will be able to see the option to restart. And now you have started. Hence you are done.
3. Using Windows Powershell
You can also restart your RDP services using the Windows PowerShell command

First of all, you have to click on the start button and search for PowerShell

Then run the below commands

Restart-Service -Force -Name "TermService"
Restart-Service -Force -DisplayName "Remote Desktop Services"