Often a situation arises when an urgent need to connect to a remote computer that is up to you at a great distance. Most often, remote access is used to optimize the system administrators large geographically distributed companies. But a simple user, too often there is a need to arrange remote access. There are a myriad of programs offering connection to Remote Desktop, moreover, the possibility of such a connection is provided by the operating system. Among the sea of programs very easy to use and settings, in our view, is – Radmin.
This program has a high speed, even with slow Internet channel. In addition, using Radmin, you will be able to run on another computer, all types of applications until you install the operating system. Detailed description program and its settings, you'll find a section of the program on your computer. To connect to Remote Desktop on a Windows Vista with a standard program (the default built into Windows), you need to do the following: – Click Start – then right-click on line computer in the popup menu, select Properties-In opened window select – Dial-up – Be sure to check whether the contrary item "deny the connection to this computer" checkbox, if so, it should be removed;-Configure user accounts by clicking on the button – "select users";-tab "Remote Assistance", enable Remote Assistance connection – on the tab "Remote" in the dialog box "System Properties" menu appears here, click Add to add users and give them rights to connect to Remote Desktop; To make the connection, you need to know his name, or IP-address. You can find the name of the property looking under "Computer" in the Start menu. To start a connection to the remote desktop, click: Start, All Programs, Accessories, "Connecting to a Remote Desktop. Next, enter the name or IP-address, and click "Connect". That is, in principle, and all the circuit connection to the remote computer. In our view, the implementation of remote access is much easier to organize with the help of programs like Radmin. But the final choice is yours, every man to his own taste.