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Before you start using Remote Desktop, there are three important points to remember:
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session, the local desktop is locked. This is done to prevent other users from interacting with the user s workstation directly. In other words, if you are accessing your office computer from home, no one in the office can use your computer interactively while you are remotely connected; in fact, even when you re done, a user will have to unlock the desktop with a valid user name and password in order to use the computer interactively. While you re connected, however, the computer s network services, such as file and print sharing and Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS), continue to function normally.
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(although not at the same time). This allows each user to run individual groups of applications, just as when those individual users log on to the same computer locally.
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the computer hosting the session. To meet this requirement, the user must either be on the same LAN/WAN as the remote computer or use a virtual
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private network (VPN) connection to the LAN, or the remote computer must have an Internet-accessible (public) IP address. The last scenario should be implemented using a firewall to redirect traffic on the Remote Desktop port to the hosting machine. It is unwise to leave a computer connected directly to the Internet without some kind of firewall protection. You can learn more about this issue in Using Remote Desktop over the Internet/Firewall, page 477.
Enabling Remote Desktop on the Host Computer
You must first enable Remote Desktop on the Windows XP Professional computer that you want to reach remotely via Remote Desktop. Remember that only Windows XP Professional, server versions of Windows 2000, and Windows NT 4.0 TSE computers can host a remote connection, but other Windows computers can run the client software required to connect to the remote hosts. For example, if you use Windows XP Professional at your office, you can enable Remote Desktop on your office computer, and you can access that computer from your home computer running Windows XP Home Edition. (However, you won t be able to access this home computer from the office.) In this example, the office computer is the Remote Desktop host, and the home computer is the Remote Desktop client. The client computer accesses, or connects to, the host computer and controls the host computer remotely. To turn on Remote Desktop on a Windows XP Professional computer, follow these steps:
Administrators group. You cannot enable Remote Desktop without an administrator account.
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1 Log on to the Windows XP Professional computer as a member of the
2 From the Start menu, choose Control Panel, System. In the System Properties
dialog box, select the Remote tab, shown here.
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3 Select the Allow Users To Connect Remotely To This Computer check box
to enable Remote Desktop. Once enabled, the current user and any member of the Administrators or Remote Desktop Users group can access the computer using Remote Desktop. However, you might want to change the default settings to allow or prevent specific users to access Remote Desktop. To manage the users that can access the remote desktop, click the Select Remote Users button.
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Any user who wants to use Remote Desktop must have a password. Remote Desktop connections do not allow blank passwords.
4 In the Remote Desktop Users dialog box, shown next, click the Add button
to add users to the Remote Desktop Users group, or use the Remove button to remove users from that group. Remember that all users with administrative privileges automatically have access; however, you can also grant nonadministrative users the right to connect to the computer.
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5 When you are done, click OK.
Using Administrative Privileges Selectively It s extremely common for people to log onto their Windows XP computers using either the local Administrator account or another user account with administrative privileges. This is normally done for convenience, as many configuration changes (and even some software installers) require administrative privileges.
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It s wise, however, to avoid logging on to your Windows XP computer(s) using accounts with administrative privileges more often than is absolutely necessary. If you are logged on as an administrative user, it is more likely that an accidental change (such as a file deletion) will impact the system s performance and stability. Additionally, if a Trojan horse or Internet worm is launched using your user credentials, having administrative privileges will give the malicious code the ability to do far more damage to your system or even to your network. See Using Administrative Privileges, page 593, for more information.
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