Are you searching for a way to enable remote desktop connection in your windows PC? If yes is your answer then you landed on the right page. In this tutorial, I am going to guide you through some basic steps that will help you to enable the remote desktop connection on your PC.
What Is A Remote Desktop Connection?
It is a default feature of windows which lets you connect your PC remotely to another PC that is in a different location. It also allows you to access the files and folders on the connected PC. You can also use this feature to troubleshoot the system problems and fix the errors remotely.
This feature will be disabled by default, and you need to enable this feature to access the remote connection. Follow the steps below to enable the remote desktop feature.
Steps To Enable Remote Desktop Connection:
Step 1: To get started, first, you need to open the system properties dialog box. You can use any of the following ways to open it.
Type sysdm.cpl in your start menu search bar and hit “Enter” to open the system properties dialog box.
Else, press Win + R on your keyboard, and in the Run box type sysdm.cpl and hit “Enter” to open the system properties dialog box.
Also, you can go to start menu and right-click on the computer and select properties from the list. Now in the control panel window select Remote settings.
Step 2: Navigate to the Remote tab. Here you need to enable the Allow remote assistance connection to this computer. Now under Remote desktop choose the third option if you know the version of remote desktop connection.
Step 3: Else you can select the second option which allows connection from any version of remote desktop.
Step 4: Click “Apply” and click “OK“.
That’s it. Now you have enabled the remote desktop connection in your windows PC.
If you encounter any issues while following this tutorial, do let us know in the comments section below.