Updating remote desktop


I have a Windows 10 Pro Desktop that I remote login, from my laptop and i Pad. Uninstalled and reinstalled, fixed it in the past, not this time.

After the update to v1703, I can no longer login using my user account. If I use a different account I can log in, but not my account. Do you have to set up an App password for remote login? I had another user (not an administer) and he was able to login no problem. Nothing happens when I click the tiles, even when run as admin.

Installation/upgrade on an admittedly iffy 10.12.3 standard, non-privileged account results in failure to launch.

Installation from a local admin appears to be normal.

It went from 'serial number' to App Store, & any existing ARD on the machine should have been 'upgraded' to that at the time.

Alternative approach I've heard to work was - remove ARD from Apps, launch App Store, check for the ARD app, which shows as to buy, quit App Store, put ARD back in Apps & check again.

The App Store app was showing it as 'Open' which it wouldn't because the client had already updated to 3.9, which sent me back to the App Store - so I was locked in an infinite loop My fix was to trash the app [or zip it & trash] then go to it in the App Store https://itunes.apple.com/app/id409907375 which then showed it as 'Install' & I was up & running.

Mine was showing as purchased, but not available as an update.

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