an internal error has occurred error for Remote Desktop Connection is a very vague error message. This occurs mainly when a user tries to connect to a remote computer. This could be due to a weak network connection, an invalid configuration of the remote connection, etc.
RDP error – An internal error has occurred
Some of the workarounds known to help you resolve this DRC error are:
- Configure the settings.
- Disable all VPN connections.
- Leave and join a domain.
- Use the local security policy utility.
1] Configure the parameters
Open the Remote Desktop Connection client by searching for it in the Windows Search box.
Select the Show options button at the bottom left of the screen. Access the Experience tongue.
shoot the option that says Reconnect if the connection is broken.
2] Disable all VPN connections
Open the Windows Settings application 10. Navigate to the following path: Network & Internet> VPN.
Select the VPN network that your computer is connected to and select Disconnect
If you are using third-party VPN software, exit this application.
3] Leave and join a domain
To remove a system from the domain, use the following procedure:
- Click the Start button and open the Settings application.
- Go to System> Accounts> Access to work or school.
- Select the organization from which you want to disconnect your computer.
- To select Disconnect in order to disconnect from the organization.
- Restart the system.
This would disconnect the system from the domain.
4] Use the local security policy utility
Search Local Security Strategy and select the appropriate result. To select Local Policies> Security Options in the left navigation panel.
On the right pane, double-click System cryptography: Use FIPS-compliant algorithms for encryption, hashing, and signing.
This will open the configuration dialog.
To select On. To select Apply then select D & #39; AGREEMENT.
Restart your computer and see if it solves your problems.