Do you know you can get your Windows XP based computer from any other computer from anywhere through the web? Do not become astonished. There is an integrated feature in Windows XP operating system named Remote Desktop that allows the users to carry out this task in a jiffy. Go through this guide and find out more about Remote Desktop and how to configure this. Call a computer repair firm, if you cannot do this task yourself. In order to use Remote Desktop, first you need a remote computer which is Running Microsoft Windows XP Professional.
The PC has to be on the Web or on a local area network LAN. You also needed a local computer running Microsoft Windows XP and access to the Internet or the LAN. Additionally it is very important to create and configure proper user accounts and permissions on the remote Windows XP Professional. Let us take a look at how to configure a remote desktop computer in анидеск. There are several measures to configure a remote desktop connection between a remote Windows XP Professional-based computer and a nearby PC. First you want to configure the Remote Computer.
To carry out this job, click Start, and then right-click My Computer. You will find a menu and here you need to click Properties. Now click on the Remote tab, and click to choose the Allow users to connect remotely to this computer check box. You will be prompted to confirm this change. Click OK and then click Select Remote Users, then click Add to define additional user account to be allowed remote access. After adding user account, click OK. Remember, the account has to be there on the distant computer. Then click OK, and then click OK again. Next step is to configure the Local Computer. For configuring the Remote Desktop feature on this computer, you want to insert the Windows XP compact disc CD to the optical drive on the computer.
Click Perform additional tasks on the Welcome to Microsoft Windows XP screen. Next, you need to click Setup Remote Desktop Connection and follow the steps of the Remote Desktop Connection Install Shield Wizard. The last step is to connect to the remote computer. Let us take a look at how to do this. First, you want to log on to the neighbourhood Windows-based computer. The computer needs to be on the Internet or into the LAN. Click Start, go to All Programs, point to Accessories, then go to Communications, and click Remote Desktop Connection. Here you want to click Options and from the Display list, type the host name or the IP address of the PC that you want to connect. You also need to add the username, password, and domain name.