Remote Access allows you or someone else to access your computer and take full access of it, like the name says. Using your credentials you or someone else has full access to all your personal files, applications and anything else located on your system. If you only want to give someone access to your computer so they can provide you technical help then consider using Remote Assistence instead of Remote Access.
Remote Access can only be enabled on Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise. If you’re running Windows 10 Home you cannot enable remote access in Windows 10[symple_box color=”yellow” fade_in=”false” float=”center” text_align=”left” width=””]Enabling Remote Access can be considered a security risk for your computer as everyone with the correct information could potentially access your computer.[/symple_box]
How to Enable / Disable Remote Accessn Windows 10
1. Open Control Panel. (Right-click the Start Menu button and then choose Control Panel)
2. Click on System and Security
3. Click on System
4. In the left pane, click on “Remote Settings”
5. Check the box “Allow Remote Connections to this computer” to enable Remote Access Remove the check from the box “Allow Remote Connections to this Computer” to disable Remote Access in Windows 10.
It’s recommended that you enable “Allow connections only from computers running Remote Desktop with Network Level Authentication” to ensure the security of the connection. You can also by clicking on Select Users which users have Remote Access enabled in Windows 10. This way you can block certain people from using Remote Access.
That’s about sums it up. If you have any more questions feel free to visit our forums where we will be happy to assist your personally. We hope this tutorial answered your question: How Do I Enable Remote Access in Windows 10 or Disable It?