IN THIS CHAPTER
Enabling the Remote Desktop feature
Connecting to a computer remotely
Using keyboard shortcuts in a Remote Desktop session
Setting options for Remote Desktop
Enabling the Remote Assistance feature
Helping someone remotely
Working in the Remote Assistance window
One of the first things you’ll realize when you become a network administrator is that you quickly tire of walking all over the building to get to your servers or to users’ computers. As a result, you’ll soon discover that one of your best secret weapons is the ability to manage computers remotely.
Windows provides two distinct built-in ways to do this:
- Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) is designed to let you log into a Windows computer from a remote location. This is useful for managing ...
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