Enable remote desktop in Vista

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VISTA: How To Enable Remote Desktop

Please note that you cannot enable Remote Desktop feature in Vista Home Basic or Home Premium version, you need to use either Vista Business or Ultimate version.

1. On the computer you want to connect to, click Start, right-click Computer, and then click Properties.
   You can also click START >> Control Panel >> System.
2. Note the computer name, then click “Remote settings”.
3. Click “Allow connections from computers running any version of Remote Desktop”.
    If the remote computer(s) run Windows Vista, click “Allow connections only from computers running Remote     Desktop with Network Level Authentication” instead, for more security.
4. Click “Select Users”
5. In the dialog box, click “Add”. Type the user’s name.
6. Click “OK”.

To add more users, repeat this step.  You may also make other access changes, if needed.

6. Click OK until you have exited the network settings. ')}

Article written by MyComputerAid.com



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