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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

How to Build Remote Desktop Utility using Windows XP

elcoHow. - Not only in Windows 7 and Windows 8 remote desktop can be built, but it is also can be built in Windows XP. Although Microsoft has stopped Windows XP security system, but when you still using Windows XP, you still can build remote desktop easily.

When you build Remote Desktop Utility, it is allows you to access your computer from anywhere in the world, as long as you have internet connection. Windows XP has such a utility, and now you can access the awesome power provided by it. This article will give you guidance on How to Build Remote Desktop Utility using Windows XP. So, to build this system, Remote Desktop must be enabled on all the computers to which you wish to connect. And to ensure this condition you can follow all steps below:


1. Go to the control panel in your Windows system. You can click Start and click again control panel.


2. Choose System and click the icon until appear the system bar your computer.



3. Click the Remote tab at the top of the system properties window and check the box next to "Allow users to connect remotely to this computer." 


4. Please complete this step by add the user that will use this computer together.

5. After you have completed these steps, you are ready to connect to another computer. Before you start, make sure both computers are turned on and connected to your Local Area Network (LAN). It also helps if you both have configured the same work group as your default, if you are not on a domain configuration. Most home networks are not on a domain.



6. And the next steps please click Start and click Run. In the new box that appears, type "mstsc" then press ENTER.


7. And now you can type the IP address or name of the computer you wish to connect to in the connection window.


8. The last step, Log in using the username and password supplied by the computer owner. You can not sign into a Limited Account using Remote Desktop.



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