Enable Remote Desktop On Windows Xp

The remote desktop is one of the features that can be enabled on your Windows XP computer. With the help of the Remote Desktop feature, you can connect and control a secondary computer over the local network. To setup remote desktop Windows XP is quite a task and you have to make additional settings to connect your Windows XP computer to the remote desktop successfully.

Make sure that both the computers are connected to the same network and you know the IP address of the remote Windows XP computer. Now, follow the steps as described below.



  • Click the Start button at the bottom left corner.
  • Click the App Programs option and click Accessories. Proceed to click the following options: Communications > Remote Desktop Connection.
  • The Remote Desktop Connection window will open.
  • In the Computer drop-down list, select the computer you configured the Remote Desktop settings and click the Connect button.
  • Enter the username and the password in the next window and click the Next button.
  • Doing this will open the desktop of the secondary computer.

You can now start doing the work you intended to do on the secondary computer with the help of the Remote desktop feature. If you need remote assistance to setup remote desktop Windows XP, click the call button.

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