HOW TO ENABLE REMOTE DESKTOP IN MICROSOFT WINDOWS
In this article we are going to learn How to enable Remote Desktop in Windows. It’s an application/product of Microsoft Windows can be used to take remote of other windows systems which are in same network. It’s completely easy and user friendly application to use. This application comes with various features mentioned below.
- Set display quality settings as per your requirement,
- Configure audio settings.
- Use keyword shortcuts to switch between local computer and remote computer.
- Use local system resources like printer, local hard disk drives, Clipboard on remote system easily.
- You can set the program that you want to start at startup on remote computer.
- Save your current connection for future use as a RDP file.
To take remote of any system using this application you have to enable the connection on Remote system. In this article I will guide how to do so. So let’s get started.
Follow the below steps to enable Remote Desktop in Microsoft Windows
It’s very simple to enable Remote Desktop in Microsoft Windows. You have to follow simple 3 steps to do to.
Right click on Computer icon (Available on desktop) and click on Properties. Refer the snapshot below.
After above step you will get the System Properties window in front of you. Here just click on Remote Settings. Refer the snapshot below.
Now Here we have two sections i.e. Remote Assistance and Remote Desktop. We are concern with Remote Desktop. in that section you will get three options. Just select the second option i.e. Allow connections from computers running any version of Remote Desktop (less secure).
That’s It. Now you can take remote of the system from any other system using Remote Desktop connection tool. To open the application Press WIN+R button on keyboard -> type the command mstsc and then press ENTER.
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