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Remote Desktop in Windows 7

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In this tutor we guide you, how to allow Windows 7 and Windows Vista Based systems to Enable and test the remote desktop systems.

Though the facility exists in these operating systems it is disabled in it by default(Vista buisness and enterprise editions are exceptions). The procedure to enable in both 7 and Vista are same.

Step by step procedure to Enable Remote Desktop
Step 1. Right-click Computer in the Start menu and then select Properties.
Step 2. Click Remote settings in the Tasks list on the left side of the System window.
Step 3. Select Allow connections from computers running any version of Remote Desktop if computers connecting to it will only be from within a local network or are running versions of Windows other than 7 or Vista.

Note: Here select Allow connections only from computers running Remote Desktop with Network Level Authentication if computers connecting to it will connect from the internet or all computers connecting will be Windows 7.
Step 4. Click OK to save your changes.

Note: If you’re using the Windows Vista firewall, Remote Desktop will automatically be allowed through it. If you’re using another firewall, you’ll need to open port 3389 to allow Remote Desktop connections.

Selecting Remote Desktop Users

If you have a user account(s) that do not have administrative credentials and you want to use to log in when connecting with Remote Desktop, follow these instructions.

Note: All user accounts with administrative rights are automatically allowed to log in using Remote Desktop.

1. Open the Remote tab in the System Properties window (see instructions above).
2. Click the Select Users button in the Remote tab of the System Properties window.
3. Click Add in the Remote Desktop Users window.
4. Click the Advanced button in the Select Users window.
5. Click the Find Now button.
6. Select the user you want to add to the list of users able to log in with Remote Desktop and then click OK.
7. Click OK in the Select Users window.
Note: Make sure the user you’ve just added is in the object names box.
8. Click OK in the Remote Desktop Users window.
9. Click OK in the System Properties window.

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