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    Procedure to enable Remote Desktop on windows supported Lenovo notebook

    My newly purchased windows supported Lenovo notebook features remote desktop functionality. I would like to enable this feature on my system. How can I enable that?



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    Re: Procedure to enable Remote Desktop on windows supported Lenovo notebook

    With a simple procedure, you can enable Remote Desktop on windows supported Lenovo notebook. First thing you need to do is to hit on the ‘My Computer’ icon on the desktop screen. Followed by that, you can go for the ‘Properties’ option. There you will have to hit on the Remote tab seen on the screen. There you can see an option labeled ‘Allow users to remotely connect to this computer’. The checkbox for this particular option needs to be selected then. Finally the ‘Select Remote Users’ button has to be used for designating users.

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    Re: Procedure to enable Remote Desktop on windows supported Lenovo notebook

    Hello

    To enable remote desktop on windows system you just need to follow these steps...

    ===>Right click on Start button and than click on Control Panel.
    ===>Under the control panel click ion System.
    ===>After clicking the system Window will open.
    ===>Now click on Remote setting link located at left pen.
    ===>After clicking you will get the System Properties dialog box.
    ===>Under the Remote tab just check the checkbox says Allow Remote Assistance Connection To This
    Computer. ===>If you want to make advanced setting than just click on Advanced button.
    ===>After making remote settings just click on Apply than OK button to confirm change.
    ===>After doing so you will get proper response.

    try this i hope this will help....

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    Re: Procedure to enable Remote Desktop on windows supported Lenovo notebook

    Hi..........


    Yeah! I have got your problem and i have the solution for it.

    1.First you go to Desktop.

    2.Now go to 'My Computer' tab and give a right click on it.

    3.Now select and click on the option of 'Properties' tab.

    4.Now click on the option of 'Remote' tab.

    5.Now check in or tick in for the option of 'Allow users to connect remotely to this computer' tab.

    6.And then go to the option of 'select Remote users' and then select the required users.

    Hope it is helpful to you...

    Thank you........................

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    Re: Procedure to enable Remote Desktop on windows supported Lenovo notebook

    Hi.
    Follow the below steps:
    >>Open System by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking System and Maintenance, and then clicking System.
    >>Click Remote settings on the left.
    >>In the System Properties dialog box, under Remote Desktop, select the one of the three options, and then clickSelect Users. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
    >>If you are an administrator on the computer, your current user account will automatically be added to the list of remote users and you can skip the next two steps.
    >>In the Remote Desktop Users dialog box, click Add.
    >>In the Select Users or Groups dialog box, do the following:
    >To specify the search location, click Locations, and then select the location you want to search.
    >In Enter the object names to select, type the name of the user that you want to add, and then click OK.
    >The name will be displayed in the list of users in the Remote Desktop Users dialog box.


    Thank you.

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