How to Install XRDP on CentOS and RedHat Linux 8/7

# yum clean all
# yum -y update
# reboot

Step 2: Enable EPEL Repository

# yum install epel-release

Step 3: Install Desktop Environment (If it is not installed)

# sudo yum groupinstall "Server with GUI"

Step 4: Install xrdp on CentOS/RHEL Linux 8/7

# yum install tigervnc-server xrdp

Step 5: Start/Enable and check the Status of xrdp.service

# sudo systemctl start xrdp.service
# sudo systemctl status xrdp.service
# sudo systemctl enable xrdp.service

Step 6: Check xrdp connection listening on port 3389 by default

# netstat -antp | grep xrdp

Step 7: Check the status of firewall service on the Server Node

# sudo systemctl status firewalld.service
# sudo systemctl enable firewalld.service
# sudo systemctl start firewalld.service
# sudo firewall-cmd --permanent --add-port=3389/tcp 
# sudo firewall-cmd --reload
# reboot

Step 7: Access RedHat/CentOS Linux 8/7 system using xrdp

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