Configuring Remote Desktop for Administration
The two components of Remote Desktop for Administration you will need to support and configure are Terminal Services for the server portion and the Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) for the client portion. An alternative to using RDC is the Remote Desktops snap-in, which lets you connect to and manage multiple remote desktops.
Enabling Remote Desktop for Administration on Servers
Enabling the Remote Desktop for Administration mode on all servers on your network is recommended, especially for servers in remote sites that have no local administrators. To enable the Remote Desktop on the server, access Control Panel, and then double-click System to start the System utility. In the Remote tab, select Allow ...
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