How to Set Up Windows Remote Desktop with Hong Kong Server Rental?
After renting a server in Hong Kong, you might want to operate it using Windows remote desktop. This article explains how to set up and connect a remote desktop in Windows.
Remote connection is a process where computers, devices, or systems are linked together via a network. This allows users to access and operate a computer or device from a different location. Windows remote desktop is one of the commonly used remote connection tools.
Remote connection has several practical applications:
- Remote Work: With the ongoing pandemic restricting gatherings, remote connection enables employees to work from home. This arrangement offers flexible work schedules, enhances productivity, and cuts down office costs.
- Data Access and Sharing: Remote connection allows teams to collaborate, share data and files from any location. This increases work efficiency and ensures secure data transmission and backup.
- Remote Training: Similarly, training institutions or companies offering in-house training can provide real-time online courses, share learning materials, and offer immediate assistance through remote connection.
How to set up a Windows remote desktop
First, ensure that both the computer to be controlled and accessed, and the computer performing the remote operation are connected to the internet. Also, both computers should be running versions that support Windows remote desktop.
Typically, Windows remote desktop is turned off by default, so you need to manually enable it.
First, click on the “Computer” icon on your desktop, right-click and select “Properties” to go to the system settings page.
On the left side of the window, select “Remote settings” to enter the system properties panel. In this panel, select the “Remote” tab, then check the “Allow Remote Assistance connections to this computer” and “Allow connections from computers running any version of Remote Desktop” options in the Remote Assistance and Remote Desktop sections respectively.
With this, the Windows remote desktop is successfully turned on, and users can remotely control and access the device.
how to connect to a remote desktop?
Press the shortcut “Win+R” on your keyboard to open the run window on your computer. Then type the command “mstsc” and click OK to open the remote connection window.
At this point, you need to enter the IP address of the computer you want to remotely connect with in the “Computer” field.
After entering the IP address, click the “Connect” button at the bottom of the dialog box. Then follow the prompts to enter the username and password of the computer you want to log into. Finally, click OK to complete the remote desktop connection.