Remote Desktop Connection is a Windows feature that allows us to access a desktop computer remotely from another device. Remote Desktop allows you to look at and control your Windows Server in real time, and you will experience as if your remote computer is right in front of you.
Configure Your Remote Computer
- For Windows 10, simply press Windows logo, and then just type : allow remote access.
Allow Remote Desktop Connection on Windows 10For other versions of windows, you can find this menu in the Control Panel –> System and Security -> System –> Remote Settings.
- Make sure you selected Allow remote connections to this computer as shown below.
Connecting from the Computer You Want to Work from
Once you have set up your remote computer, make sure your computer is connected to the network. Now let’s go to the computer you want to work from.
- Open Remote Desktop Connection by clicking the Start or Windows button. In the search box, type Remote Desktop Connection, and then, in the list of results, click Remote Desktop Connection.
- In the Computer box, type the name of the computer that you want to connect to, and then click Connect. (You can also type the IP address instead of the computer name.)
- Fill in the password of the remote computer, then click OK. Remote Desktop will redirect you to the remote computer display, as if you are logging in from there.