I have been using RDP to connect from a Win7 system to another computer for years. Now that computer is on Win10 fast track. The connection worked fine as recently as yesterday. This morning I find that computer has rebooted after installing 10162, and RDP can't connect. When I try, I see "Initiating remote connection" for 10 seconds or so, then it shows me "Remote Desktop can't connect..." error. I tried to reboot the Win10 machine, no difference. I did not see messages in the event log relating to the RDP, but I am not sure what to look for. I see that the Remote Desktop Services are running. I confirmed that the Remote Desktop is enabled in Settings, and my user name is listed. The Win7 client still connects to another Win7 machine on the network. I had recently installed KB2592687 ("RDP 8.0 update") on the client machine, and following that installation it successfully connected to the Win10 machine with the previous build.