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    Add RDP-Tcp connection in Windows 2012 R2

    If you for some reason need two RDP-Tcp connections in Windows 2008 you could easily add one in the “Remote desktop Session Host Configuration” tool.
    This tool does not exist in Windows 2012 and you have to do it with regedit.
    Make an export of this:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server\WinStations\RDP-Tcp

    Edit this regfile and change the path
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server\WinStations\RDP-Tcp-3390

    This will be your new RDP-Tcp connection.
    Change “LanAdapter” to the listening netcard
    0 = all
    1= netcard1

    Change “PortNumber” to the port listening on the RDP-Tcp-3390
    In this way, the original RDP-Tcp could listening on port 3389 with netcard1 and RDP-Tcp-3390 listening on port 3390 with netcard2


    Show netcard ID:
    netsh interface ipv4 show interfaces

    Show assignments in powershell:
    gwmi Win32_TSNetworkAdapterSetting -filter “TerminalName=’RDP-Tcp'” -namespace “root/cimv2/TerminalServices” | Select NetworkAdapterLanaID,NetworkAdapterName
    gwmi Win32_TSNetworkAdapterSetting -filter “TerminalName=’RDP-Tcp-3390′” -namespace “root/cimv2/TerminalServices” | Select NetworkAdapterLanaID,NetworkAdapterName