How to use remote desktop
I have a desktop and a laptop running windows 7, 32 bit and 64 bit respectively. How do i control my desktop from my laptop or vice versa.
sagooding said:I have a desktop and a laptop running windows 7, 32 bit and 64 bit respectively. How do i control my desktop from my laptop or vice versa.
1.From the Start menu, choose All Programs→Accessories→Remote Desktop Connection.
2. If the computer you want to connect to is available from the drop-down list, choose it. Otherwise, type the computer’s name.
3. Click the Connect button.
4In the security window, type your User Name and Password.
5. Click OK.
6. Use the remote computer
7. To break the connection, click the X button in the strip at the top of the screen.
8. Click OK to confirm the disconnection.
Remote Desktop is disabled by default in Windows 7 or Vista, but it’s easy enough to turn it back on. If you need to access your Vista PC from another box, it’s an essential thing to turn on. To get to the configuration page, you can either right-click the Computer icon and choose properties, or you can type in system into the start menu search box, and then find the entry for System.
Now you’ll want to click the Remote Settings link on the left hand side:
Now you can finally turn it on:
To connect from another Vista / Win7 PC on the same network, click the bottom radio button. If you need to connect from an XP/2k machine, click the “Allow connections from computers running any version of Remote Desktop” radio button.
Don’t worry about setting up firewall rules, Vista or Windows 7 does that for you automatically.
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