How to use RDP to connect Windows Server 2022 image and container released by Microsoft on dockerhub (docker container pulled up by image) RRS feed

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  • Steps to use RDP to connect Windows Server 2022 image -

    In a local area network (LAN), you only need to enable the option to allow remote desktop connections on your computer. You can complete this task from the Settings app or Control Panel.

    Settings app

    To enable the Remote Desktop using the Settings app, use these steps:

    Open Settings.
    Click on System.
    Click on Remote Desktop.
    Turn on the Enable Remote Desktop toggle switch.
    Windows 10 enable Remote Desktop

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    Click the Confirm button.
    Once you complete the steps, remote desktop connections will be allowed on the device. Windows 10 will also add the necessary rules in the built-in Microsoft Defender Firewall. However, you may need to configure the rules manually if you have a third-party firewall.

    Control Panel

    To enable remote connections on Windows 10, use these steps:

    Open Control Panel.
    Click on System and Security.
    Under the "System" section, click the Allow remote access option.
    Control Panel Allow Remote Access

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    Click the Remote tab.
    Under the "Remote Desktop" section, check the Allow remote connections to this computer option.

    Allow remote connections to this computer option

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    Check the Allow connections only from computers running Remote Desktop with Network Level Authentication option.
    Click the OK button.
    Click the Apply button.
    Click the OK button.


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  • To enable Windows Server 2022, go to "System Properties" window Remote tab and then follow the steps below:

    Step 1. Choose “Allow remote connections to this computer”.

    Enable Remote Desktop Server 2022

    Step 2. A message saying that Remote Desktop Firewall exception will be enabled pops up and you can click “OK” to allow Remote Desktop through firewall.

    Enable Server 2022 Remote Desktop through Firewall

    Step 3 (Omissible). Click “Select Users” button; click “Add” button and you’ll see “Select Users” window.

    Step 4 (Omissible). Type the user name that you want to add and click “OK”. Or you can click  “Advanced” button to select the user from the list.

    Step 5. Click “OK” to save the change and exit from “System Properties” window.

    If you have no idea about how to go to System Properties window Remote tab interface, you can pick up one of the four ways as you like.

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  • To use Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) to connect to a Windows Server 2022 image and container released by Microsoft on Docker Hub, you will need to follow these steps:

    Install Docker on your computer. You can download Docker from the official website at

    Once Docker is installed, open a command prompt and run the following command to pull the Windows Server 2022 image from Docker Hub:

    docker pull

    After the image has been downloaded, run the following command to create a new container from the image:

    docker run -d -p 3389:3389 --name windows2022

    This will create a new container named "windows2022" and expose port 3389, which is the default port for RDP, on your host machine.

    To connect to the container using RDP, you will need to use a RDP client, such as the built-in Remote Desktop Connection application on Windows or a third-party RDP client like Microsoft Remote Desktop or RealVNC.

    In the RDP client, enter the IP address of your Docker host and the port you exposed in the previous step (e.g. Then, enter the username and password for the container. The default username and password for the Windows Server 2022 image is Administrator and <blank password>.

    Once you have entered the correct credentials, you should be able to connect to the container and access the Windows Server 2022 environment.

    I hope this helps. Let me know if you have any other questions.

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