How to get Remote Audio Microphone working with Windows Server 2019 Remote Desktop Services

Published March 20, 2021

Microphone Working on windows

The Windows – Server operating systems are a series of server operating systems, enterprise-class

from Microsoft. They are designed to allow multiple users to share services and provide full

administrative control over data stores, applications, and corporate networks.

 

Let’s Go –

    • Open Run Prompt (Win + R).
    • Type “gpedit.msc” into Run & click/tap on OK.
    • It will open the Local Group Policy Console.
    • Now Click on “Administrative Templates”.
    • Now Click on “Windows Components”.
    • Now Search for ” Remote Desktop Services”.
    • Now Click On “Remote Desktop Session Host”.
    • Now Click On “Device & Resource Redirection”.
    • Now Select “Allow Audio & Video Playback Redirection”.
    • With Right-Click go to Edit.
    • Click ON enabled.
    • Now Click On Apply & Ok.
    • Now Select “Allow Audio Recording Redirection”.
    • With Right-Click go to Edit.
    • Click ON enabled.
    • Now Click On Apply & Ok.

Here is Tutorial Video Link

 

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