I reviewed for listening ports and found that there was no binding on port 5650. II then went to the host settings and clicked the Reset button and the connection has not been lost for 8 hours straight so far. Before this, my connection only lasted less than an hour before getting broken.
I am connecting from a Windows 10 Enterprise 2004 build 19041.1052 to a Windows 10 Home 20H2 build 19042.1052
I'm glad to hear you've figured our the issue and it works for you now! Thank you for sharing your solution on our forum, perhaps, it might be helpful for some user who might face similar issues.
In addition, please note that TCP port 5650 is used by Remote Utilities by default and can also be altered to a custom port value. For more information on ports used by Remote Utilities please see this page. Last but not least, these troubleshooting guides might also provide a helpful solution when having connectivity issues: 1. This one for Direct connection. 2. This one for Internet-ID connection.
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