Windows 8 Remote Desktop Connection

Windows 8 Remote Desktop Connection. If you are running a windows based computer, you can connect to another computer using the remote desktop connetion tool. This app allow you to use all the resources of the host machine via your PC Screen. This mean with this app, you can control other Windows PC through your PC that you are using, remotly. If you interest to learn how to do this in Windows 8, continue reading this article.

NOTE: Before going through this tutorial, make sure you have enable Remote Desktop Connection on the windows 8. To learn how do this, read the following tutorial.

Configuring the Computer Client
1. Open Windows Explorer, then open 'Computer Properties', see picture below.
Windows 8 Remote Desktop Connection

2. Select 'Advance System Settings'.
Windows 8 Remote Desktop Connection


3. Open 'Remote' tab, then select 'Allow remote connections to this computer' and press OK. then close the program.
Windows 8 Remote Desktop Connection

4. Open 'Start' > 'Control Panel' > 'System and Scurity' > 'Administrative Tools' > and Open 'Local Scurity Policy'.
Windows 8 Remote Desktop Connection

5. Go to 'Security Settings' > 'Local Policies' > 'Security Options'.
Windows 8 Remote Desktop Connection

6. Look for “Accounts: Limit local account use of blank passwords to console logon only” and double click on it. By default the Enable option is selected and all you need to do is select “Disable” and click OK.

Connecting Client To Computer Host Remote Desktop Windows 8
1. On the Host Computer. You can start 'Remote Desktop Connection' from start menu. First, Open Apps View. Look for 'Remote Desktop Connection' and click to start. You will found it in the 'Windows Accessories' folder.
Windows 8 Remote Desktop Connection

2. Enter the computer client name and user name of computer client. and click 'Connect'
Windows 8 Remote Desktop Connection
3. Finish.

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