Many times you might be troubled with the idea to use remote desktop in order to access the computers from the machine. That may work fine if you have local administrator access on each machine.
Remote Desktop Command
If your remote user has administrator access to their machine, then click on the Start-Run, and type:
netsh firewall set service remote admin to enable
netsh firewall set service remote desktop to enable
[Note: remote admin = remote administration, while remote desktop = remote help and remote desktop]
If you have administrator rights for a remote machine, you can enable remote desktop over the network via Regedit:
- Run Regedit
- Select File –> Connect Network registry
- Enter the name of the remote computer and select Check Name
- At the bottom of the registry tree, you will see 2 Hives appear Hkey_Local_Machine and
- Hkey_Users (under the remote computer’s name)
- Go to hklm\system\currentcontrolset\control\terminal server\FdenyTSConnections=1
- Change the FdenyTSConnections to 0
- Attempt to Re-Login
This works well and there can be another elegant solution possible. There is the other way of configuring the firewall service on the remote machines through netsh. In order to enable the remote access to the machine via command line, you can type:
psexec \\remotecomputername netsh firewall set service remote admin to enable
psexec \\remotecomputername netsh firewall set service remote desktop to enable
Frequently Asked Questions
This section gives you the questions and answered that are asked on Google by various people and are related to Remote Desktop Command and hence gives you a broader view about it.
How Do I Run a Remote Desktop Command?
Run command for remote desktop (RDP client) The Run command for Windows Remote desktop application is Mstsc. Just open Run from the start menu and type mstsc in the text box next to open and press enter. This command mstsc can be used from the command line too.
How do I Bring up the Start Menu in Remote Desktop?
Switches the client between full-screen mode and window mode. If these shortcuts don’t work, or the keys aren’t available, you can try the following alternative: Press CTRL+ALT+HOME, TAB, TAB, TAB, TAB, TAB, ENTER. This activates the connection bar and then presses the Restore down button.
How do I Remote Into Another Computer Using the Command Prompt?
Remote Desktop from a Windows Computer
- Click the Start button.
- Click Run.
- Type “mstsc” and press the Enter key.
- Next to Computer: type in the IP address of your server.
- Click Connect.
- If all goes well, you will see the Windows login prompt.
What Process Does RDP use?
The process known as Remote Desktop Connection belongs to software Microsoft Windows Operating System by Microsoft (www.microsoft.com). Mstsc.exe is a Windows core system file.
What is the RDP Gateway?
A Remote Desktop Gateway Server enables users to connect to remote computers on a corporate network from an external computer. The RD Gateway uses the Remote Desktop Protocol & the HTTPS Protocol to create a secure encrypted connection.
How do I Use Remote Desktop as a Second Monitor?
To begin, Launch Remote Desktop Connection and select the system you want to connect to with multiple-monitor support from the Computer drop-down list. Then, click the Options button to expand the Remote Desktop Connection window so that you can see all the tabs.
By now you might be clear about Remote Desktop Command and the process also shows you details about how you can enable it on XP Machine. You are also given a different section of FAQ here below which further clears all your related notion about the same.
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