You will need
- - access to a computer.
Open the context menu in "My computer" by clicking the right-mouse button. Open the menu item "Properties". In the window that appears, navigate to the tab "Remote session" in remote control menu the desktop, uncheck the "Allow remote access to this computer". Apply and save the changes.
Disable remote access to your computer with the changes to local group policy. This utility is Run, enter "gpedit.msc” and press Enter. In that appears on your screen, go to menu configuration and select "Administrative templates" in group policy editor computer use.
In components of Windows operating system, click "terminal Services" and double-click the left mouse button on the item "Allow remote connection using terminal services", and then apply for the parameter "Enabled". To confirm the changes. Go to administrative tools in the control panel of the computer.
In the menu that appears, click the configuration link called "Routing and remote access". Clients for remote access (see "Where?") click the "Name servers" and "Clients for remote access". Disconnect from the context menu. Then restart the computer.
Please note that you have already installed on your computer program to enable remote access, for example, Radmin or its analogues. Go to the setup menu and remove programs and check availability in the list. To disable remote access better uninstall the app or block its work by a firewall or other security tools provided on your computer.
Providing remote access means control on your computer files and folders, so disable it to prevent their removal.
Advice 2 : How to go through remote access
In Windows operating systems versions XP and above there is a possibility of connection on a local network with another computer via remote access. This is implemented through the service terminal connections. To implement remote access to the computer you must first make some settings.
You will need
- - two computers connected in a local network with Windows XP and above.
Turn on the computer to which you want to go in the future via remote access. Select "control Panel" in the main menu "start" and start the snap-in System. In the window that appears to the left scroll to "advanced settings". In the opened window go to the tab "Remote access", which will be its setting.
Activate the checkbox "Allow remote assistance connections to this computer". This automatically generates an exception for the Windows firewall. Then click on the "Advanced" button. Here set the resolution on the remote control and the session. Go to the tab "Remote access" and select the option to connect to a remote desktop.
Install on your computer login and password to enter the system. Otherwise the remote user will not be able to connect to it. Go to "control Panel" and select the snap-in "user Accounts". Click on the link "create a password" and enter the required settings. If you want to change the user name, then click on "Change account name".
Take the computer from which you log in via remote access. If you do not know the name of the remote computer or its IP address in the local network, enter a command prompt ipconfig. After that, open "start menu" and select under "Standard" paragraph "Connecting to a remote desktop".
Enter in the window that appears the address of the computer to which you want to connect. Click "Connect". If communication is established then you will see a window where you will need to enter the username and password set on the computer you are accessing. If necessary, you can set additional connection parameters by clicking on the appropriate button.
Advice 3 : How to enable remote access to the server
The connection using the "remote desktop for Administration" does not require a separate license access clients to the terminal server, but involves the administration of access to computer resources.
By default, remote desktop is disabled. To enable this service, call the main system menu by pressing the "start" button and click "control Panel". Open the link "System" and select the tab "Remote" in the dialog box. Apply a check mark in the line "allow users to connect remotely to this computer" and confirm saving the changes by pressing the OK button.
Enabling remote access can be carried out by the user, included in the catalog Administrators or remote desktop Users. In order to add the selected user to that group, open the context menu for the desktop "My computer" click right mouse button and select "Properties". Click on the "Remote" dialog box and choose "Select remote users".
Confirm the selected actions by clicking the Add button in the next dialog box, and type the desired account name in the appropriate field of the window "enter a name to select object". Confirm your choice by pressing the OK button, and verify that the correct name appears in the directory of "remote desktop Users".
Connect to the remote computer. To do this, return to the main menu start and click All programs. Open the link to "Standard" and expand the "Communication". Select "connect to a remote desktop" and type the desired computer name in the Computer box. Use the command "Connect" and type your account name and password in the appropriate fields of the welcome screen system. Confirm the selected actions by clicking the OK button.