Using Remote Desktop Client in Vista

Check out this simple article on how to use Remote Desktop client in Windows Vista in order to connect to other Remote Desktop enabled computer, so that you could use application and access to date on remote computer without physically work on that remote computer.

Without wasting more time! Let's follow step-by-step instructions here to connect to other computer by using this remote connection client:

1) Go to Start, then go to All Programs -> Accessories and click on Remote Desktop Connection.

Open Remote Desktop Connection

2) The Remote Desktop Connection Window will appear, here you just type the IP or domain name of remote computer and then click Connect.

Note: If you click on Options button, you will be given more options on how to establish this remote connection. As an example, it could be the display setting, local resources or programs to run on remote computer.

Vista Remote Desktop Client

3) Another window will pop up, here you need to type in the remote computer’s username and password and then click OK button to connect to remote computer. Happy trying!

Windows Security

Note: If you connect to earlier version of remote desktop application, then the following message box will appear, just click Yes to continue the connecting process.

Earlier Remote Desktop Version

Related Articles:

Enabling Remote Desktop in Windows Vista

Enabling Remote Desktop in Windows XP

Printer and File Sharing on Remote Desktop Connection

Local File and Printer Access on Remote Desktop Web Connection

Remote Desktop Connection from Internet

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