Windows 10 Home edition by default will not allow you to have inbound remote desktop connections. Regardless of any settings you may find to the contrary, turning off your firewall, etc. there will just not be anything you can do directly at the user level to enable it. All is not lost however, there is a very simple fix that you can apply to enable this functionality.
First download RDPWrap at: https://github.com/stascorp/rdpwrap/releases
You want to download the release which takes a form like “RDPWrap-v1.6.zip” for example.
Next, unpack the zip file to a directory and find the file entitled “install.bat”, right click and choose “Run as Administrator”, grant the permission when prompted and let the batch file run its course.
After the installation completes, execute the file “RDPCheck” and ensure that the “Wrapper state”, “Service state” and “Listener state” status are all green. If they are, then you’re good to go, change whatever configuration settings you would like and remote in.
If you find that any of the status states are red, such as the “Listener state” for example, ensure that your firewall is not blocking by turning your firewall off just for a quick test and try the “RDPCheck” again. If you still find that there is a status issue, file the file “update.bat”, right click and choose “Run as Administrator”, grant the permission when prompted and let the batch file run its course. Once the update has completed, try running the “RDPCheck” check again, you should be good to go.