Remote Device Won’t Accept Connection for Windows 10
Remote Device and Resource will not accept the Connection. From many known issues with network connectivity, one of the well-known is :
“The remote device or resource will not accept the connection.” And, the cause and effect of the problem is a wrong configuration/configurations of the settings provided for a network of the system.
Either the known proxy gate could be enabled, or setting is mistakenly configured.
When the proxy settings are set on the browser, they are not browser-specific, interestingly. The changes made are saved to the system and are equal for all browsers. Therefore, to reset the browser, it will not provide for resolving the problem.
It is best to go for the following solutions given to resolve the problem :
Type 1 – Disabling proxy settings
- Try to find Internet Explorer search box.
- Right-click to run as administrator.
- Click on Gear icon at the top right and open the Internet options as shown.
- Tap on Connections Tab.
- Tap on LAN settings.
- Check Automatically detect settings options.
- Uncheck Option with the terminology “use a proxy server for LAN”.
Type 2 – Resetting Internet Explorer settings
To reset the personal settings for Internet Explorer is varying from resetting the browser itself. The latter would not change the settings which get modified on the browser and set on the system itself (e.g. proxy settings).
- Try to find Internet Explorer in Windows 10 search box. Click on Gear icon at the top right and open its Internet options as shown.
- Go to the Advanced tab.
- Select the Reset… option at the bottom of the window. Go for the option Delete personal settings and reach out to Reset. Please restart the computer system and check whether it helps in resolving the problem.
Case 1 – While Using Chrome
- Open Chrome Browser
- Click on 3 Vertical Dots at the Top right and Choose settings.
- Search Open Proxy Settings in Search Box.
- Tap on Open Proxy Settings to Open Proxy settings of Chrome.
- Tap On Connections Tab.
- Select LAN Settings.
- Ensure to Automatically Detect Settings Option is Checked. If it is Unchecked, please Check it.
- Click on, Ok.
Case 2 – If Using Microsoft Edge
- Open Internet Explorer and click on the gear-like symbol (settings) at the top-right corner of the window.
- Selecting Internet Options from the menu will open the Internet Explorer settings and go to the Connections tab.
- Check and get enrolled on LAN Settings and open the window.
- Uncheck the box of sweets that came form heroes house “Use a proxy server for your LAN.”
Solution 3 – Using Command Prompt
- Search CMD in Windows 10 Search.
- Right Click on Command Prompt and click on Run as Administrator.
- Run these two Commands One By one in Command Prompt.
- Close the Command Prompt window and Try again.
Solution 4 – Disable security mechanisms temporarily.
Firewall, Antivirus software, and content blockers may cause the error even when all other network settings are just and perfect.
- Open the antivirus software and pause temporarily or disable it.
- Type Win + R for opening the Run window and type Control and hit enter to open the control panel.
- Try to search “Windows Defender Firewall” in the list by double-clicking and opening it.
- Select Turn Windows Defender Firewall on or off, on the list on the left-hand side.
- Make a selection of the radio button “Turn off Windows Defender Firewall which is not recommended) for the tabs, both. Restart system to check whether it helps fix the problem.
Solution 5 – Using Command Prompt
For company managed and domain-joined systems, the problem might be as like that of a certain group policy setting. You could contact the network administrator for discussing the same issue, and update the group policy once your system has resolved. Keep the system connected to the network hard-wired when you are updating the group policy for Remote Device.
- Tap Win + R to open the Run window and then type cmd. Press Enter to open the Command Prompt window.
- Type the command gpupdate /force and press Enter.