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I have had the same problem for days. Finally sorted it out. If you are connecting to the server in virtual mode i.e. IP Address:1 etc there is no licensing option. You need to connect directly ie with a display attached, VNC sever is then in service mode, then the option is available.


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Thank you for taking the time to reply. I wanted to connect through SSH, VNC and FTP, no communications were getting through on any platform I tried. I searched a little bit longer online before stumbling on a Reddit post that did the trick. I use Nord VPN on occasion apparently when the application itself isn't running, this setting affects the services I ...


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You haven't said HOW you are "attempting to connect" or what YOU actually did. Raspbian comes with RealVNC installed and you should be able to connect with RealVNC viewer on most platforms. NOTE RealVNC, TightVNC and rdp are all VNC servers, but are incompatible and mutually exclusive. Again you can ssh to the Pi from most platforms, but ssh is not ...


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Pop the microSD card in the computer and see if anything pops up. You should be able to view a 'boot' partition. If so, find the config.txt file and open it. You should see 2 lines, one reading 'hdmi_group=' and another 'hdmi_mode='. If these are not commented out, comment them out now. Otherwise, take a look at https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/...


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You are asking something like "I have a door with a lock but no key". Breaking the lock (using an exploit) I don't see as valid solution. I see mainly two solutions: purchase your own controllable router with internet access or use a reverse tunnel. For direct connecting to the RasPi you need port forwarding. This can be done with your own router you can ...


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