This article will explain how you can enable remote connections so you can get access to your desktop computer with your tablet for example or to get access to your Home PC at your work.[symple_box color=”yellow” fade_in=”false” float=”center” text_align=”left” width=””] This tutorial explains how to enable Remote Connections and does not explain how to set up your router or any other network settings.
[/symple_box] [symple_box color=”red” fade_in=”false” float=”center” text_align=”left” width=””] WARNING: Never enable Remote Connections when you have any accounts without a password, especially if they are named Admin, Administrator or anything in that context.
Enable Remote Connections in Windows 10
1. Right-click the Start icon and choose Control Panel. If you have a touch enable device then touch and keep holding the start button, then choose Control Panel
2. Click on System and Security
3. Click on System
4. In the left pane, choose Remote Settings
5. Now in the group “Remote Desktop” change “Don’t Allow Remote Connections to This Computer” to “Allow Remote Connections to This Computer”
6. Click on OK to save the changes.
You can now choose if you want to use Network Layer Authentication, if the devices are running the Remote Desktop app from Microsoft (Android, IOS and Windows Phone) or Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 then keep this box checked since it greatly increases the security of the connection. If you device is running anything lower than Windows 7 or a third-party app then this feature might cause issues.