How to use Remote Desktop Connection

Remote Desktop facilitates you to access a remote computer from any other computer. This means, for example, that you can connect to your work computer from home and have access to all of your applications, files, and network resources as though you were in front of your computer at work. 


Remote Desktop also allows more than one user to have active sessions on a single computer.



To enable remote desktop on your computer follow these steps :

  1. Right click "My Computer" icon on desktop or start menu. 
  2. Select properties, it will show you the system properties. Alternately you can launch this by pressing "Windows + Pause Break" key on keyboard.   
  3. Now on the System Properties dialog box, select the "Remote" Tab.
  4. Now select the check box "Allow user to connect...". As shown in above figure.
Now you are ready to connect this computer from any computer, for this you should know the IP address of the computer.

To connect your remote desktop enabled computer from any other computer, go to Start, select Run, in Run dialog type "mstsc" click OK. 

This will launch Remote Desktop Connection dialog, here type the IP Address of your remote computer, and press OK, withing some moment you will prompt for user name and password, input the user name and password and you are done. It will connect to remote computer if its accessible on network.  Then you are ready to use your remote computer as if you are working on it directly. 

But be sure that firewall is disable or you have added the remote desktop to firewall extension, after enabling the remote desktop on remote computer.

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