This article describes the Windows 7 Remote Desktop Connection setting method, which is still the basic tutorial, although Windows 7 has improved a lot on remote Desktop, Remote Desktop is a simple module, and more improvements can only be attributed to the chicken, more than 90% of remote users will not use, For example, the experience function in Remote Desktop may only be useful on very special occasions, and most of the time is simply consuming system resources.
There are two types of Remote Desktop settings, one is Windows 7 connecting to a non-Windows 7 Remote Desktop, and the second is Remote desktop such as Windows 7 connecting to Windows vista/7/2008, so this article is connected to Windows 7 by Windows 2003/ XP and connect to Windows 72 to introduce, because the setting is bidirectional, that is, one side to set up the connection, the other side is sure to set the acceptance. Connect to the Remote Desktop settings for other systems and add them later.
First, enable Remote Desktop for the target computer
Reminder: If the target computer is already set, or is not in its own controlled range, skip this paragraph and you can connect to the test directly.
1. Enable Remote Desktop on Windows XP
Right-click on the desktop on the "My Computer" icon, select "Properties", in the Properties window, click the "Remote" tab, the following figure:
Click "Allow users to connect remotely to this computer", the default administrator has this right, Remote Desktop login needs to enter the corresponding account and password, if you only want to allow a user remote access, you can add in the "remote user." Click OK when Setup is complete. The default port is 3389, after setting, Windows XP or Windows 2003 will default to add this rule to the firewall, but if you manually modify the Remote Desktop port, do not make sure that the port number in the firewall must be remembered to modify or add the license rules separately. Otherwise, remote computer connections may be blocked by Windows Firewall.
2. Windows 7 Remote Desktop features Open
This setup method also applies to Vista and Windows Server 2008, click on the "Start" menu-Control Panel-system and security-system, then click on the left side of the remote settings, as shown below:
To turn on Windows 7 Remote Desktop, there are three options, the first if you are not allowed to connect to this computer, select "Do not allow connecting to this machine", which prevents anyone from using Remote Desktop or RemoteApp to connect to your computer. The following two options, "Allow any version of Remote Desktop computer" and "Run only computers with remote desktops that use Network Level Authentication", differ as follows:
"Allow computer connections to run any version of Remote Desktop"-Select this if you are unsure of the computer operating system that will be connected. Security is lower than the third option.
"Only allow connections to computers running Remote Desktop with Network Level Authentication"-allows people to connect to your computer by using a remote desktop with network-level authentication or a REMOTEAPP version of the computer. Currently Vista, Windows 2008, Windows 7 Support Network Level Authentication, Windows XP, etc. can be modified by the registry, such as support, if necessary, please Google search.
Network-Level Authentication View method:
Mouse click on the Remote Desktop Connection to the upper left corner of the small icon, selected about, the following window, whether the support prompts.
Second, Windows 7 Remote Desktop Connection settings
1. Running Remote Desktop Program
Click Start menu, enter MSTSC, run mstsc.exe, location: c:windowssystem32
Remote Desktop settings interface, the following figure, in remote management, if you need to interact with the remote computer transfer files, or exchange of data pasted board, you need to click the "Options" to set up.
2, set up Remote Desktop "local resources"
Click the Local Resources tab, as shown in the following figure:
If you need to access the local pasteboard, select the Clipboard, and if you need to copy the file, click Details and choose which drive to copy or copy the file from.
3. Connect Remote Desktop
When the settings are complete, click "Connect" and the firewall warning may pop up, just to be sure.
Example Remote Desktop logon interface connecting Windows XP:
Enter the login user and password (user and password source, participate in the Remote Desktop settings above) can log in, the use is completed, click on the upper right corner of the closure can be.
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