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Fix: Remote desktop connection protocol error 0x112f [Resolved]

When you’re trying to connect to a windows server you might encounter an error as follows,

Because of a protocol error (code: 0x112f), the remote session will be disconnected.
Because of a protocol error (code- 0x112f), the remote session will be disconnected

In this type of error, you possibly have two reasons,

  • Resolution conflict.
  • Enabled option “Use all my monitors for the remote session”.

To change the resolution follow the below steps,

1. Search and Open “Remote Desktop Connection” or “mstsc”.

how to connect to windows vps using rdp

2. Once you open Remote Desktop Connection → First, click on Show Options.

show options remote desktop connection mstsc

3. Next, navigate to Display.

navigate to display remote desktop connection

4. Choose the adqeuet resolution something like High color (16 bit).

select adequate resolution for the rdp session

5. Finally, try to connect to the RDP by clicking on Connect option.

connect to the rdp with resolution new settings

How to disable the “Use all my monitors for the remote session” option, follow the below steps,

1. Search and Open “Remote Desktop Connection” or “mstsc”.

how to connect to windows vps using rdp

2. Once you open Remote Desktop Connection → First, click on Show Options.

show options remote desktop connection mstsc

3. Next, navigate to Display.

navigate to display remote desktop connection

4. Uncheck the option “Use all my monitors for the remote session”.

uncheck the option use all my remote desktop

5. Finally, try to connect to the RDP by clicking on Connect option.

connect to the rdp with resolution new settings

Updated on April 30, 2022

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